Congress forms two committees to monitor COVID-19 situation in Jammu & Kashmir
The committees had been constituted at an emergency assembly chaired by the State Congress Committee president G. A. Mir in Jammu to overview the prevailing situation.
The Congress’s Jammu and Kashmir unit on Tuesday introduced establishing of two separate committees to monitor the COVID-19 situation in the Union Territory and report immediately to the occasion excessive command every day, a celebration spokesperson stated.
The committees had been constituted at an emergency assembly chaired by the State Congress Committee president G. A. Mir in Jammu to overview the prevailing situation amid a spike in COVID-19 instances throughout the nation, together with Jammu and Kashmir, he stated.
He stated former Minister Raman Bhalla will head the four-member committee constituted for the Jammu area, whereas former Minister Taj Mohiuddin was appointed because the chairman of the four-member committee constituted for the Kashmir division.
“Both the committees will monitor the COVID-19 situation in their divisions and report to the All India Congress Committee (AICC) on a daily basis,” he stated.
The spokesman stated the opposite members of the committees embrace former MLA Balwan Singh, Yogesh Sawney and Ravinder Sharma (for Jammu) and former MLA Mohammad Amin Bhat, General Secretary S. S. Channi and Abdul Gani Khan (for Kashmir).
The assembly expressed grave concern over the worsening coronavirus situation in the Union Territory in addition to in the remainder of the nation and blamed the Central authorities for its “mishandling and failure” to take well timed steps to create obligatory well being amenities to minimise the lack of lives.
“India is in the worst situation in the entire world mainly due to the failure of the government to act timely to prevent the spread of the fatal disease and to create necessary infrastructure and required health facilities in time for the second wave of the pandemic,” the occasion stated in an announcement.
It alleged that the BJP authorities was extra involved in regards to the elections in completely different States than the lives of the folks.
“The Modi government woke up just a couple of days ago when the situation went out of control and it has been taking steps to create those facilities like oxygen which should have been in place much before the second wave,” the discharge stated.
In Jammu and Kashmir, it stated 264 folks succumbed to the pandemic this 12 months together with 153 this month alone.
The Congress additionally took a dig on the Jammu and Kashmir administration over the continued strike by transporters and stated “the public transport is off the roads causing unbearable loss and avoidable hardship to the common people.” The non-public transporters have been on the strike throughout Jammu area since April 21 in assist of their demand for 50% hike in passenger fare after the federal government capped the seating restrict to 50% as a part of its efforts to stop the unfold of COVID-19.