DC, police chief take lead in anti-polio drive

Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali Randahwa administered anti-polio drops to his son at his residence


Our Correspondent June 18, 2019
PHOTO: FILE

RAWALPINDI: Police and the district administration were playing a leading role in the polio vaccination drive that started in Rawalpindi on Monday.

Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali Randahwa administered anti-polio drops to his son at his residence.

The DC along with Regional Police Officer (RPO) Muhammad Hussain Tufail also administered polio drops at Basic Health Unit Kotha Kalan while with City Police Officer Capt (Retd)Muhammad Faisal Rana at BHU Rehmatabad.

Meanwhile Incharge Anti-polio drive Chaudary Muhammad Hussain  said that around 2,000 polio teams were administering polio vaccine to children in tehsils of  Rawalpindi, Taxila, GujarKhan, Rawalpindi city and Rawalpindi/ Chaklala cantonments boards areas.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 18th, 2019.

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