The spread of the deadly coronavirus has taken its toll all over the globe. The Indian government announced a total lockdown throughout the country. The state police are taking various measures in order to keep the people inside their houses. Well, the Goan police force is a step ahead as they are trying to keep their citizens inside the houses by keeping them entertained. Reportedly, the police have been trying to come up with ways and ideas to keep people from loitering outdoors. Some police officials got together and certainly brought out their creativity in a completely new way. Read more to know about the Goa police force.
The PSI from the Vasco Police Station, Diogo Gracias recently made it to the headlines for making a parody of the Konkani Song, Tuzo Mog Kithlo Ashelom. He transformed the song into a coronavirus song that certainly educates the people to follow the guidelines laid out by the government. The PSI also he calls out to all locals not to venture out of their homes.
Diogo also spoke to a news publishing house and spoke about the efforts put behind the song. He said he tries to bring in various elements of how the virus spreads and how we can control it. It took him a day to make it and learn the lyrics to it. Along with these efforts, the Goa police force has also set up an active Twitter account that shares a number of videos and pictures to keep the citizens updated.
Beaches in #Goa attract visitors from across the world! And #goapolice welcomes them all. But during #Lockdown21 for our safety, #ATV patrolling is being done to ensure we #StayHomeStaySafe. Please avoid visiting the beaches during lockdown.#GoaFightsCOVID19 @goacm @TourismGoa pic.twitter.com/pPMalWFOCF— DGP_Goa (@DGP_Goa) April 10, 2020
LPC Bhakti Devidas spearheading the #FightAgainstCOVID19 with her soulful voice. #goapolice is not short on talent& we are happy2share awareness with u with a little entertainment! Let’s Sing our way through #Lockdown21! #GoaFightsCOVID19 #StayHomeStaySafe @goacm @PIBHomeAffairs https://t.co/gXjDZM9e5P— DGP_Goa (@DGP_Goa) April 10, 2020
#lockdown means that we #StayHomeStaySafe. #goapolice is out on the roads so that you can #staysafe. Many of our #lady police officers leave their little kids behind as they stand duty at night. Please don’t step out unless absolutely essential. #GoaFightsCOVID19. @goacm https://t.co/Z4AO927UKS— DGP_Goa (@DGP_Goa) April 10, 2020