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This Freelancer Photo-Journalist is beating COVID-19 by Sterilising the Villages

Sakib Dass

Anantnag 24th March:-Over 25 fresh cases of novel coronavirus cases have been reported from across the country on Tuesday, taking India’s tally to 527. Two new cases have been reported from Srinagar City taking Kashmir’s tally to 3.The fear among the people of Kashmir rises up as they heard the news of two New COVID-19 positive Cases.

The Freelancer Photo-Journalist Suhail Dar of Batengooo on Tuesday morning left his home. Amid it was heavy raining in the Anantnag town and brought disinfectant Chemical spray machine that is used to kill Covid-19 from his pocket Money to do Social Work.

Suhail went to those villages from where he received requests for highlighting the appeal of Sterilisation to their respective villages with the District Administration Anantnag. He went first to Jablipora Village where he Sprayed Masjid Shareef’s, Streets and lanes. Going Village to Village he Completed sterilisation process to Five Villages of Anantnag District in a day. The locals of these villages appreciate the move of voluntary sterilisation of Villages that has been done by ‘Suhail’.

Suhail is a freelancer Photo-Journalist based in South Kashmir and is Contributing to many News Channel and Portals.

While speaking on his Work, Suhail told, “the social work I am doing is a Segment of my ambition, Not only this, from the beginning, I am feeling wonder whenever I heard a person or group in society needs some helping hand that can be done with me. Even I may sometimes leave my professional duties to meet any challenge in Society”.
“Today I have sterilised five villages of Anantnag district to protect the public from the deadly pandemic Novel Coronavirus. In Future, I intend to cover more villages and will continue to fight with COVID-19 and will keep Anantnag free from Coronavirus”.
The virus that has already taken the lives of 15,000 people across the World and more than 3,50,000 persons are infected with this virus.
Meanwhile, Suhail further appealed for the general public to stay at home. The homestay of the general public will be a Great Contribution from every single citizen to prevent Kashmir from the COVID-19, he added.