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!