JKCSF concerned over opening of parks, gardens amid Covid surge

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Civil Society Forum has expressed concern over some of the vague decisions of authorities of opening gardens and parks and starting community classes for children at a time when there is a surge in the positive cases of the deadly pandemic of COVID-19.
JKCSF Chairman Abdul Qayoom Wani in a statement said that both the decisions of the authorities are not good enough as per the time is concerned with regard to the increasing proportion of the infection and the alarms raised by the doctors here.
Wani said it is the duty and responsibility of the government to control the mobs and masses and make them bound to act upon the SOPs.
Wani expressed concern over the introduction of community classes in villages and mohallas and questioned its logic of closing schools and opening them in villages sarcastically.
Wani urged upon the government to reconsider its decision of starting community classes keeping in view alarming of covid-19.
Wani said JKCSF is urging the govt to bring up a system to run the emergencies and other markets in a phased manner to save the lives of the people and to form a committee of Doctors and other experts who will guide the administration at this crucial juncture that when and what to open or what to close.

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