Showing appreciation to frontliners

A JaPen Sri Aman representative (right) hands over the donation to frontliners manning the blockade.

KUCHING: The Sri Aman District Information Department (JaPen) has recently donated food baskets to frontliners manning the Sabak Kruwin blockade under the Info on Wheel (IOW) programme.

Frontliners receiving the donation include the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM), and the People’s Volunteer Corps (Rela)

The food and beverage donation were handed to Superintendent Sergeant Frankie Asan from Simunjan District Police Headquarters (IPD) by JaPen Sri Aman Assistant Information Officer Jessica Gilbert Bunsu, as a token of appreciation for their services and sacrifices in assisting the government in combating the spread of Covid-19, particularly in the control of traffic movement between districts (border of Simunjan and Sri Aman).

Jessica expressed her gratitude to frontliners for their efforts to ensure that road users always adhere to the Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) that have been regulated by the government.

“I would like to thank them for working tirelessly day and night to ensure all the road users adhere to the SOPs,” she said when handing over the donation.

Meanwhile, the JaPen Sri Aman delegation also donated food baskets to General Operations Force (PGA) officers.

JaPen Sri Aman also made announcements to residents in Sabal Kruin, Balai Ringin, Pantu, and Lachau localities about SOPs of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) Phase 2 as well as distributing publications on key national issues and Covid-19 prevention measures through the IOW Programme.

A JaPen Sri Aman representative (right) hands over the donation to a representative of Temudok PGA Sri Aman Camp.