Don't kill your time at #quarantine, Cyberabad police say
It's been 21 days since the whole country has been in a emergency shutdown , with more days for May 3.
Many of them are working from home but some have a lot of free time on hand and are suffering from boredom in this emergency shutdown . Few kill time on social media but when was the last time you cracked open a book to read a novel or an article? If you're one of those who doesn't read regularly, you may be missing out, he says. Cyberabad police .
Urging citizens wasting time to take up reading rather than try and break curfew, they took to their social media to even refer a Telugu novel called Jigiri Navala. The novel is about the relationship between a forest animal and a family that stays in a village. Jigiri Navala is written by Peddinti Ashok Kumar from Karimnagar District .
What’s more, you don’t even need to step out for the book because they have provided an online link, appealing everyone to read the book. Seeing as how reading has a significant number of benefits like helping with stress, improving knowledge and helping to focus and concentrate, looks like the Cyberabad police know what they’re talking about!
Don't kill your time, make it memorable. We suggest reading this novel. ఒక కుటుంబానికి ఒక జంతువుకు మధ్య ఉండే ఒక దృఢ… https://t.co/g5fYLbuDLr - CYBERABAD TRAFFIC POLICE సైబరాబాద్ ట్రాఫిక్ పోలీస్ (@CYBTRAFFIC) 1586934555000