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J&K shows roadmap to curb COVID-19: European Parliamentarian

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 28 Jul 2020

Brussels: A European Parliament has said the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir has effectively controlled the COVID-19 spread and brought daily life in the region to normal even as the major nations in the world are facing trouble to contain the highly infectious disease.

Citing an example of effective curbing of deadly viral disease, Ryszard Czarnecki, a member of the European Parliament from Poland, said in a report published in the EU Chronicle that Jammu and Kashmir has offered a roadmap to recovery to the world, reports ANI.

“Jammu & Kashmir’s Srinagar was included among the tiny list of 16 districts in India, which were asked to share best practices about controlling coronavirus spread with 700 districts in the country. Jammu and Kashmir, that is subjected to highly maligned campaign by neighbouring Pakistan and China, has seen well-oiled coordination between the local governments and people during the fight against COVID-19," the European leader said.

"Now the region known for its world-famous scenic splendour, snow-capped mountains, exquisite monuments, and local handicrafts is getting back to its glorious days and to welcome tourists,” Czarnecki wrote as quoted by the Indian news agency.

The Jammu and Kashmir administration was ready with all its preparedness to take on novel coronavirus, he said praising the administration.

 




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