Recently, a furniture shop owner has decided to lend a Toyota Innova Crysta to the Kerala police to maintain law and order in the current situation
India is currently undergoing a crisis due to the pandemic and has been making every effort to contain the spread in the country. Police officers, essential service providers and medical staff are trying their best to ensure that people do not unnecessarily go out of their house. Many automakers have greatly contributed to the relief fund. For instance, MG Motors India has recently announced that 100 MG Hector SUVs will be provided to the front line workers. Recently, we also received a piece of good news from a furniture shop owner named Pullokkaran Devassy, who has decided to lend his Toyota Innova Crysta to Kerala police cops who are maintaining the law and order during lockdown but do not have a vehicle.
Recently, a furniture shop owner has lent his Toyota Innova Crysta to Kerala police to tackle the Coronavirus.
Right after Devassy was informed of this situation, he contacted sub-Inspector and Puthukad SHO and asked to lend his MPV to Kerala police. He then received the agreement from both of the officers. He also offered to drive them around and pay for the fuel cost. This is a really a meaningful action from a resident, which comes as a great relief to the Kerala police.
Toyota is well-known for great safety, reliability and comfort; the Toyota Innova Crysta is not an exception and is one of the most comfortable and reliable people movers available in the country. It is equipped with a wide array of convenience and luxury features, which makes it one of the top-selling MPVs in India. The MPV also comes with a low maintenance cost, which makes it an ideal option for even taxi drivers.
Thanks to the help of volunteers, police, healthcare workers and medical staff, the state government has quite successfully contained the spread. Recently, with stringent lockdown measures, the number of cases registered in the state have been considerably reduced. All of the Indian residents, except the people who are doing the lockdown tasks, are highly recommended to stay at home and not to go out unless really necessary.