Gundlupete police distributed food kits to around 200 tribal families

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Gundlupete: District Superintendent of Police Ms. Divya Sara Thomas IPS, convinced the tribal people in the wild villages of Gundlupet taluk to get vaccinate and to be safe. She also guided the people and gave information about behavioral health. This helped them to cope with the equally challenging mental battle associated with beating COVID-19.

ASP Mr. Sundararaj, DYSP Ms. Priyadarshini Sanekoppa, Circle Inspector Mr. Mahadevaswamy, Sub Inspector Mr. Rajendra, and staff were present.

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