The Coronavirus Relief Tiger Force launched by the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan will begin providing its services in Sindh.
A Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Usman Dar said that the Coronavirus Relief Tiger Force will operate in Sindh under the supervision of Governor Sindh Imran Ismail.
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During a press conference on Wednesday, special assistant Usman Dar said that a total of 154,000 people have volunteered from Sindh to become a part of the prime minister’s tiger force.
“All the statistics regarding the ‘Coronavirus Relief Tiger Force’ have been shared with Governor Sindh Imran Ismail and soon after Eid volunteers will be seen providing their services to residents in every district and street of the province,” SAPM promised.
During the press conference, he said that the perception is being built that since the lockdown has been eased now, the roles and the responsibilities of the ‘Coronavirus Relief Tiger Force’ will no longer be needed.
“I want to clarify that with the ease, the standard operating procedures (SOPs) are coming as well,” he added.
The special assistant to the Prime Minister said that the volunteers been working on ensuring the implementation of these measures. “The force has worked to implement the standard operating procedure (SOPs) inside mosques and they will be doing the same for Eid prayers,” he added.