Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday lauded the Delhi police delivering over five million food packets to the poor and homeless amid the Coronavirus lockdown. In its biggest humanitarian relief operation since its inception in 1948, the Delhi Police delivered five million food packets to the urban poor and homeless along with distributing 145 tonnes of dry ration to the needy families. Amit Shah hailed the Delhi Police for their operation saying that the organization was living up to its motto- Shanti Sewa Nyaya (Peace, Service, Justice).
Responding to Home Minister Amit Shah's praise, Delhi Commissioner of Police, S. N. Shrivastava thanked him for 'acknowledging and appreciating' the humanitarian work that was being carried out by the Delhi Police. He added that this would help boost the morale of the forces.
I thank our Hon’ble Home Minister Shri Amit Shah ji for acknowledging and appreciating the humanitarian work done by Delhi Police and boosting the morale of the Force. Regards https://t.co/d3BQq01wx0— CP Delhi (@CPDelhi) April 19, 2020
The biggest Humanitarian Relief Operations by Delhi Police since its inception in 1948:— Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) April 19, 2020
👉🏾 Five million food packets delivered to the urban poor and homeless so far ! 👉🏾 145 tonnes of dry ration distributed to the needy families ! @PMOIndia @HMOIndia @LtGovDelhi @CPDelhi pic.twitter.com/ESPIhckDss