In the pandemic time when frontline employees try their greatest to assist the general public to recover from the disaster, the Delhi Police got here out strongly towards these attempting to defame the pressure.
The Delhi Police in an official assertion on the micro-blogging website stated, “motivated components” are trying to defame the force by spreading misinformation on social media on the Covid-19 crisis.
The Delhi Police tweeted the statement after posts on social media went on to allege the police in the national capital reeling under the impact of CovId-19, from stopping people organizing help for Covid patients.
“At a time when Delhi Police goes past its name of responsibility to assist folks throughout this pandemic, it’s unlucky that such allegations are being levelled by motivated components on social media and the mainstream media appears to be giving credence to such propaganda by carrying information experiences on them,” Delhi Police said in the statement.
Vested groups spreading misinformation on social media alleging Delhi Police has prevented those engaged in amplifying resource information publicly.
Taking strong exception to the “unverified and unsubstantiated” allegations, the city police asked people and the media not to amplify such misinformation and warned of legal action.
The police also mentioned all the initiatives undertaken by its personnel during the pandemic in which it helped people with hospital admissions and oxygen cylinders.
“Not just that, our men are even performing last rites of people after their families refuse to accept the bodies,” the statement read. “We are going hand with Good Samaritans and members of the public and supporting them by all means.”
On Sunday, Delhi recorded 22,933 fresh Covid-19 cases and 350 related deaths with 94,592 active cases. The total coronavirus cases count in the city has gone up to 10,27,715 and the death count has increased to 14,248.