In the crisis of the Corona epidemic, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has written a letter to all the Lok Sabha MPs saying that in this hour of crisis, whatever unprecedented work of public service you have done in your Lok Sabha constituency, along with detailed photos of that public service and experiences, go to the Speaker’s office.
If sources are to be believed, Lok Sabha Om Birla will send these experiences of MPs to all Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs, MLAs of all states, members of Legislative Council by making a booklet. So that the information about the work done by the MPs reaches all the elected representatives of the country.
According to sources, in the next monsoon session of Parliament, all those MPs whose public service work has become an example, will be given special speaking time to share their experience during the session. It is being told that at the beginning of the Corona epidemic, Om Birla had written a letter to the MLAs including all the presiding officers, saying that all of you should do maximum service work in your areas.
In fact, in this hour of crisis, Om Birla has also done much public service work in his Lok Sabha constituency Kota. On his appeal, the managers of all coaching centers have decided that children across the country whose parents or earning family members have died due to corona if they come to Kota to prepare for medical or engineering entrance exams. So they will be provided free coaching and hostel arrangements will be made. In their parliamentary constituency, the education of children whose parents or earning members have died due to corona will be free of cost with the same school books and uniform arrangements.
He also started the helpline service for his parliamentary constituency from 16 April. Through this helpline, oxygen cylinders, all medicines related to corona are also being provided to the common man and assistance in hospitalization and ambulance service if needed. Arrangements have been made to give oxygen outside to those who are getting delayed in hospitalization.
In each ward of Kota city as well as in about 281-gram panchayats in rural areas, they formed teams of corona warrior soldiers of 3 to 5 members of workers, and these teams have been provided with oximeters, thermometers, masks, gloves, and sanitizers.