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Congress concerned over rising casualities, lack of adequate arrangements of oxygen and other facilities
Was one year not enough to put all required facilities in place in hospitals, who failed the country- Raman Bhalla

Jammu, May 01 (Scoop News)-Expressing deep shock over the death and unbearable sufferings of covid patients especially due to lack of adequate facilities of oxygen and other necessities to deal with the situation, J and K Pradesh Congress committee senior leaders expressed grave concern over the worrisome situation due to steep rise in number of cases and casualties besides lack of adequate facilities in the entire country including in J and K.
Senior Leaders Shri Raman Bhalla, former minister and vice President JKPCC and Ravinder Sharma Chief Spokesperson JKPCC expressed shock over loss of precious lives allegedly due to lack adequate arrangements
of oxygen and termed it very unfortunate situation, after more than a year to make necessary arrangements to deal with covid-02.
As the reports of shortcomings in the health system including shortage of oxygen have been continuously pouring in leading to huge sufferings of the people , the senior Congress leaders have also made a special request to facilitate their visit to the hospitals to meet the attendants and the authorities to know the present situation.
The. Congress leaders expressed grave shock and anger over the loss of several precious lives, as over 289 persons have lost their lives during the month of April alone besides over 45 thousands covid patients in j and K amongst over four lac in the country amidst several shortcoming in the health facilities to deal with the grim situation.
The scenes of pain and agony of the suffering people are unbearble as the claims of the government are hollow on many fronts and the people are not getting the due facilities and even oxygen ,after lapse of more than a year when the deadly virus hit us .The required steps were not taken by the centre Government as well as UT administration and the people are undergoing great sufferings due to failures on various counts.
Raising the demand for a thorough probe into the lack of of installation of all oxygen plants with in time frame in Jammu province and the mismanagement witnessed in the oxygen audit in GMC, and numerous complaints of shortages of oxygen, they questioned who is responsible for this and demanded fixing of the responsibility as well as making up shortcomings on war footing.
The Senior Congress Leaders have sought immediate steps to arrange for the adequate supply of oxygen and other medicines especially vaccine and other life saving drugs in this virus and doorstep vaccination of entire population at the earliest without further delay.
They further demanded that government should not hesitate to take all such necessary measures to control the worsening situation while making provisions of relief to the poor sections being affected during the covid restrictions and lockdown.
Extending full cooperation to the administration for the awareness and implimentation of all emergency health advisories, JKPCC leaders appealed to the people and the different social, religious,business , trade and transport organizations to pool together their efforts to educate and save the common people and check the spread of the deadly disease.
Expressing concern over the rising no of doctors and others too getting infected ,the senior leaders also lauded the doctors, para medical staff and other health workers as well as large number of others in the entire system fighting the Covid-02 to save the lives of people.

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