Representatives of social, religious, spiritual organisations discuss current COVID-19 situation in UT



JAMMU: An online meeting of more than twenty religious-socio-spiritual organizations of Jammu and Kashmir held on Friday to discuss the situation arisen due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
Various social organization participated in the meeting and deliberated on the hardships faced by the victims of pandemic.
It was also discussed in this meeting that social organizations and the common man of the society should also perform their social duties at this time.
It is resolved that other than the efforts done by the government, the civil society and common man should also play its role and if there is any problem at someone’s house in their neighbourhood, then the nearest society should come forward and help them.
It is also impressed by the participants that since that virus this time is more contagious so while helping the effected persons one should also take care of their health and follow the government guidelines.
The meeting was attended by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Sah Prant Sanghchalak Dr. Gautam Mangi, Prant Pracharak Rupesh Kumar and representatives of other religious and social organizations which includes Rotary Club Jammu, Art of Living, Pantjali Yoga Peeth, Gayatri Parivar, Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, Brahma Kumari Ashram, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Local representatives and heads of Seva Bharti, Arogya Bharti, Krida Bharti, Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bharatiya Sabhaviman Trust, Sanatan Dharam Sabha, Ram Krishna Mission, Nirankari Mission, Sahaja Yoga, ISKCON, Indian Yoga Institute etc.
The meeting also called upon the society to adopt a healthy lifestyle and move out for their house only in compelling circumstances.
Concerns were also expressed over the continued increase in the death toll due to corona epidemic in Jammu and Kashmir.
It was decided that despite the increase in the number of people infected with COVID-19 during the second wave of corona pandemic so far in the Union Territory, measures should be taken to increase the morale of the society.