Administration Failing To Stop The Corona Epidemic: JK BJP

Administration failing to stop the corona epidemic: Coronavirus in Jammu Kashmir. BJP accused the Jammu and Kashmir administration of completely failing to control the second wave of the Corona epidemic.

The state Bharatiya Janata Party has said that the Jammu and Kashmir administration did not make proper arrangements in time, due to which people today lost their lives It is being lost.

Taking potshots at the state administration and health department, the state BJP has said that the health department is still not handling the situation correctly and is being apprehended every day by the wrong decisions of the people in the higher positions of the department.

Yudhveer Sethi, the state BJP vice-president and in charge of the party’s Covid management, addressed a press conference at the BJP headquarters in Trikuta Nagar on Thursday.

Accusing the Health Department of playing with the lives of the people.

On this occasion, the media in charge of the party, Dr. Pradeep Mohatra, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha President Arun Prabhat, and BJP Health Cell Convenor Punit Mahajan.

State Executive Member Nitish Mahajan was also present and all these leaders on the administration of Covid-19 patients Accused of messing with life.

Criticizing the administrative decision to make CD Hospital in Bakshi Nagar the first screening center for Corona patients, Yudhveer Sethi said that this is the biggest mistake of the administration.

This wastes the time of patients and increases the risk of their life.

Sethi said that the second wave of the corona is quite fatal and the patient needs immediate treatment but under the arrangements made by the administration, first the patient has to be brought to CD hospital and then shifted from there.

Sethi said that there is no arrangement of oxygen in the CD hospital and in such a situation, calling patients here first is the biggest mistake of the administration.

Sethi said that nearly four thousand new cases are coming to Jammu and Kashmir every day, which is quite worrisome.

The government should convert government buildings into temporary hospitals and avail the services of unemployed youths who are undergoing medical and para-medical training.

Such temporary hospitals can accommodate patients who have mild symptoms of the disease. Doing so will not worsen the condition of the patients.

At present, patients are not getting beds in hospitals and their condition becomes critical in their homes.

On this occasion, Sethi expressed anger at the black marketing of oxygen cylinders, oximeters, and medicines, and said that it is very sad that the state administration has turned a blind eye to this.

Sethi said that now the third wave of the Corona epidemic is expected to spread, in such a situation it is the responsibility of J&K Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha to take appropriate steps in time and protect the lives of the people.

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