Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted this information on Tuesday. He said in a tweet that as the lockdown deadline grows, he will now work closely with Google India Maps. Kejriwal says he is doing his best to help every person affected by the lockdown so that the needy can easily find food and shelter.
As we prepare for an extended lockdown, we are proud to be able to work together Google India We are committed to doing our best to make life easier for the most vulnerable by the Map in Lockdown ensuring easy access to all our food and night shelters. https://t.co/fMvYzFmLPn
– Arvind Kejriwal (Arvind Kejriwal) April 14, 2020
Let us tell you that earlier 223 night shelters operated by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board were opened for the victims to alleviate their food and livelihood problems.
However, the government later opened temporary night shelters for more than 1,500 food distribution centers as well as temporary night shelters for those who had left the city and moved to their villages.
The government said in a statement, “Google has mapped these relief centers along with the Aam Aadmi Party’s Delhi government, volunteers and research team. The mapping has been completed on The Google Map, which will add more space every day.” Anyone can easily find the nearest Delhi government night shelter and food shelters on Google Maps. To do this, all you have to do is look for the “food shelters near me” in the search box.
Google India said in a statement that food and overnight shelters for the needy could be searched in Delhi and 32 other cities.
Like Google Maps, the Delhi government has partnered with Map My India, you can search these places on My Map India with Google Maps.