The eight-storeyed BSF head office is situated in the CGOs complex on Lodhi road that additionally houses the CRPF home office which was set under comparable fixing on May 3 after two of its staff tried positive.
New Delhi: Two stories of the Border Security Force (BSF) base camp in Delhi was fixed on Monday (May 4) after a staff part was tried positive for coronavirus COVID-19. “All drills for sanitisation are being embraced,” BSF authorities told PTI.
The eight-storeyed BSF head office is situated in the CGOs complex on Lodhi road that additionally houses the CRPF central command which was put under comparative fixing on May 3 after two of its staff tried positive.
Contact following is likewise in progress and just an absolute minimum staff is working, the authorities included.
On May 3, 25 more BSF faculty, all from the organization of 126 Battalion sent with the Delhi Police in Jama Masjid territory, had tried positive of coronavirus. An aggregate of 56 BSF jawans have so far been tried coronavirus positive across India which incorporates 14 from Tripura and 43 from Delhi.
Then again, there are 137 positive cases in CRPF separated from one demise; and nine cases in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).