Social distancing goes for a toss in BJP’s blood donation camp

BJP's blood donation camp in Srinagar
Violation of Covid-related SOPs at BJP's blood donation camp in Srinagar | Photo: KDC

SRINAGAR — Amid COVID-19 curfew across Jammu Kashmir, BJP leaders along with policemen and health workers violated the guidelines of Coronavirus during a blood donation camp at Lal Ded Hospital in Kashmir capital Srinagar.

Eyewitnesses said that the hundreds of people were seen violating the social distancing norms and other SOPs during a blood donation camp organized by BJP’s Minority Morcha at Srinagar’s Lal Ded Hospital.

They said that the officials at Lal Ded Hospital neither directed these BJP leaders to maintain social distancing and other COVID-related SOPs nor did they take any action during this blood donation camp.

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“The Jammu and Kashmir Police initiates action against the violators whenever they visit the market. They impose fine on shopkeepers and people but failed to take care in this hospital during this blood camp,” said a patient admitted at LD Hospital.

When contacted, Medical Superintendent LD Hospital, Dr. Shabir Sidique said they are trying their best to follow SOPs and making people aware about the implications of Covid infection.

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