Jammu, March 26: The J&K Aam Aadmi Party activists, Ram Singh Chauhan, Kuldeep Kumar Rao, Mehraj Malik & Dr. A.C. Bhagat in a joint statement issued here have extended their gratitude to all the medical fraternity including Doctors, Nurses, and Medical Staff who are working hard to keep us safe & protected while keeping their lives at risk. We all should salute & appreciate them who are dedicating themselves for humanity without any caste. creed or colour or any religion or region.
But simultaneously, they said that they have great regards for ‘Safai Karamcharis’ whose efforts of making our surroundings clean can’t be undermined. The J&K police have also played a commendable role to keep the situation under control. Their lives are too precious for us. We all should salute to all, irrespective of caste, creed or colour or without any political affiliation but our so-called public representatives have always divided the people in the name of religion & region.
Welcoming the decision of lockdown in Jammu & Kashmir UT for 21 days in view of the gravity of the situation due to the Coronavirus disease, AAP-J&K has said the authorities should ensure availability of all essential commodities apart from medicines in all localities of Chenab & Pir Panchal areas along with price monitoring.
The COVID-19 has already impacted J&K & Ladakh UTs & can be fought by majorly taking appropriate preventive measures and social distancing is a very important aspect of it. With the improvement of the security situation and urgent need of keeping population indoor for 21 days, it will be helpful if 4G internet is restored to allow people to interact with their near ones by social media and video calls and conferences.
The fast mobile internet will also help professionals, government officials & students to do work from home efficiently instead of going out to offices & colleges subject to restrictions imposed by the administration. Fighting coronavirus disease is the top priority for the human race as one and all steps needed should be taken in that direction they said & added that the present worse situation in Health & Education sectors in rural areas of J&K UT is only due to the corrupt, commission base and caste base politics being played by all traditional political parties who ruled in erstwhile J&K state. There is an urgent need to improve the priority sectors health & Education in J&K UT on Delhi Pattern but not possible in this corrupt, commission-based & caste-based political system adopted by all traditional political parties.