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JAMMU: The central authorities is repeatedly extending all doable assist to Jammu and Kashmir in its battle in opposition to the COVID-19 pandemic, Union minister Jitendra Singh mentioned on Saturday.
He mentioned the healthcare establishments within the Union territory have been upgraded with crucial medical infrastructure, together with augmentation of oxygen provide and elevated mattress power, to supply for extra sufferers.
Singh, the minister of state within the Prime Minister’s Office, made the remarks throughout a go to to Kathua district which is a part of his residence constituency, Udhampur. He handed over Rs 10 lakh to Kathua Deputy Commissioner Rahul Yadav as contribution raised for the wards of Covid victims.
During his go to, the minister additionally met a gaggle of youngsters who had misplaced their incomes mother or father in the course of the pandemic.
“The country is going through trying times due to the second wave of coronavirus… Jammu province has also recorded a high positivity rate during this wave in which many lost their family’s breadearners, making life difficult for them,” he mentioned.
Singh mentioned it was not in any means doable to compensate for the lack of close to and expensive ones, however “we have sought to make a very small and a humble effort to stand by these children”.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi had taken the lead in coming ahead to announce substantial monetary help for such kids and this humane transfer impressed all of us to contribute or do no matter doable inside our means to assist these affected by the unprecedented calamity,” he mentioned.
Singh mentioned the central authorities is repeatedly extending all doable assist to Jammu and Kashmir in its battle in opposition to Covid.
To present instant reduction, Government of India has authorised members of Parliament to reallocate Rs 2.5 crore of MPLAD funds for Covid mitigation efforts of their constituencies and it has helped to supply crucial medical and healthcare tools, he added.
The minister expressed satisfaction that the current Covid surge within the Union territory has been on a progressive decline over the past two weeks.


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