Royal Enfield bikes with disinfectant sprayers to sanitise alleys in Tamil Nadu

After the completion of anti-Covid work, the Royal Enfield bikes would be utilised for fire-fighting operations.
By : PTI
| Updated on: 05 Jun 2020, 02:56 PM
Squad of new disinfectant sprayer-fitted Royal Enfield bikes. Image Courtesy: News/Youtube
Squad of new disinfectant sprayer-fitted Royal Enfield bikes. Image Courtesy: News/Youtube
Squad of new disinfectant sprayer-fitted Royal Enfield bikes. Image Courtesy: News/Youtube
Squad of new disinfectant sprayer-fitted Royal Enfield bikes. Image Courtesy: News/Youtube

Disinfectant sprayer-fitted new motorcycles are set to help sanitise narrow streets better in containment zones with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami inaugurating the clean-up service on Wednesday.

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As part of Covid-19 prevention measures, the customised motorcycles would be used by Fire and Rescue Services personnel in congested localities here. Palaniswami flagged off nine two-wheelers at his camp office marking the launch of disinfection work by the personnel using 25 new Royal Enfield motorcycles bought at a cost of 1.36 crore, an official press release said.

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The fire services department is among the government agencies involved in disinfection activities across the state and they have sanitised about 45,000 locations, including hospitals and markets.

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After the completion of anti-Covid-19 work, the two- wheelers would be utilised for fire-fighting operations, the release said.

First Published Date: 05 Jun 2020, 12:34 PM IST
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