When it rained, the state government of Gujarat used to send a team of workers to the city to help build roads.
Today, these workers don’t even have the time to visit the city.
But this is what the people of Gujarat do have to deal with after the country’s biggest coronavirus pandemic.
It is the work of the Centre’s ‘Coverage Project’, an ambitious effort to ensure a smooth transition to a clean and safe India in the wake of the pandemic, which has killed more than 8,400 people across the country.
The programme, which was launched last year, was launched in response to the country witnessing a dramatic rise in cases, deaths and morbidity due to COVID.
The Centre has been trying to ensure that the project’s objectives and goals are met by ensuring that all those affected by the pandemics stay safe, safe and sound.
While the Centre has a plan to help people affected by COVID spread, the government is working on ensuring that the process itself is safe and that the people who are affected by this pandemic don’t become infected themselves.
In a country where the health system is already riddled with corruption, the efforts of the project are seen as a bold move.
The project has already been a model of how to tackle the pandemaker.
The first phase of the programme was implemented in October last year.
It involves the local bodies of the districts that have been affected by coronaviruses and the government, to identify and isolate cases and isolate those who have contracted the virus.
The aim is to identify all the people with the virus and quarantine them and quarantine their homes.
This is done using the state-of-the-art coronaviral testing and surveillance equipment.
“We are trying to make sure that these people are isolated, and then we isolate them from other people,” said Pramod Kumar, a health officer at the Gujarat state government.
“This is an innovative way of tackling COVID,” he said.
The Gujarat government has been working on this project for over a year and has been putting the first phase in place with the help of a consortium of global players, including the World Health Organisation, the National Institute of Biotechnology, a private hospital and a local NGO.
A large part of the work involved in isolating and isolating cases is being done in the state of Gujarat, which is the epicentre of the coronavirence.
The government has already spent Rs 2,000 crore in order to build the first stage of the Project, which includes building roads, installing surveillance cameras and collecting samples.
The project was launched with the full support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has promised to implement all the programmes undertaken under the project.
“It is an ambitious project and it is a step in the right direction to take the nation towards a clean, safe, and health-free India,” he told reporters.
“I want to assure the people that this project will not be delayed or be delayed in any way,” he added.
“If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact me on my mobile number.
The Prime Minister is also keeping an eye on the work.
The State Government has been able to meet its goals through a comprehensive plan, including ensuring that it does not become a case of delay, Kumar said.