Hakeem Yaseen hails High Court decision to release jail inmates amid fresh Covid wave 

'Ensure buffer stocks for a robust Covid vaccination drive'  

Srinagar, May 18 (KNS): Chairman People's Democratic Front( PDF) Hakeem Yaseen has hailed the decision of the J&K High court to release all jail inmates in union territory amid severe  Covid-19 second wave.
In a statement issued to Kashmir news service (KNS) on Tuesday Hakeem Yaseen while hailing the decision of the J& K High Court to release jail inmates amid fresh Covid wave, has urged for ensuring full health screening snd vaccination of all the prisoners to ensure their safety along with their family members.
Worthwhile to mention that a high-powered committee, headed by High Court Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey has taken the decision to release all the jail inmates as per the directions of the Supreme Court in March 2020. Justice Magray has also directed the Director-General of Police (DGP), Prisons, to coordinate with the Health Department to ensure vaccination of inmates and the jail staff on priority.
Hakeem Yaseen has also urged Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to arrange bumper stocks of Covid vaccine so that the stalled vaccination drive could be restored immediately in the nook and corner of Jammu and Kashmir. 
"Without a robust vaccination drive, the spread of the fatal coronavirus virus could not be contained effectively," Hakeem Yaseen maintained.
He said, unlike before, now people, in general, are eager to get themselves vaccinated against the Covid infection as early as possible .
Now the onus lies on the LG administration to plug all the loopholes in the way of uninterrupted vaccination drive in various areas of Jammu and Kashmir, PDF Chairman said adding that " In view of the heavy death toll due to fast-spreading pandemic in nook and corner of Jammu and Kashmir, it was time to act instead of resorting blame game, He said the government should ensure adequate quantity of vaccine and oxygen supply in both Jammu as well as Kashmir provinces without any discrimination to contain Covid-19 second wave.(KNS)

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