STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Jammu Kashmir Teachers Forum (JKTF) said that entire teaching community stands by the dedication of all people, working day and night, for UT of J&K and appreciates their services for uncalled and unexpected challenge. Ganesh Khajuria, Chairman JKTF, in his message, said that all volunteers of Jammu Kashmir Teachers Forum are ready to extend every possible support to Govt, in case need arises. He said that they were monitoring developments and watching efforts of stakeholders. In case the UT Disaster Management Authority wants their support, they shall stand by in all circumstances, he added. The Forum also requested the Non-Govt doctors and paramedical staff to get in touch with Disaster Management Authority of UT and extend their assistance in the hour of emergency. Kuldeep Singh Bandral, Provincial President requested JKTF volunteers to be in operational mode to help health workers and their families, if need arises. He also appealed to citizens of Jammu & Kashmir to stay indoors and keep their children and elderly people protected for at least upto 21 days to avoid contact with COVID-19 as per directions issued by the Prime Minister.
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