Jamshedpur, September 20: Dozens of organisations formed an umbrella outfit—Jamshedpur Civil Society, have opined decision on opening of Jubilee Park should be taken after considering health aspects in view of expected third wave of Covid.
“The Covid situation has improved and almost become negligible in the state due to tough decisions taken by the state government. The people should support government decision even in the opening of Jubilee Park,” said Sanjay Thakur of the Jamshedpur Civil Society.
Issuing a press release after the meeting, Sanjay Thakur, the convener of the Civil Society, blamed some vested interested persons for trying to take political mileage on the issue of opening of Jubilee Park.
“The government has the support of all the political, social, cultural and educational institutions of the city, the Jamshedpur Civil Society made such a demand after assessing and reviewing the situation and it was the result of state health minister Banna Gupta effort that morning and evening walkers have got the facility in Jubilee Park,” said Thakur.
The meeting was attended by Kishore Yadav of Jan Seva Samiti, Parasnath Mishra of Subhash Yuva Manch, Sanjay Thakur of Being Youth, Prabhat Thakur of Brahmarshi Vikas Manch, Jai Prakash Sahu of Vaish Ekta Manch, Abhay Upadhyay of Baba Barfani Seva Samiti, Awadhesh Singh. Pappu Singh of Akhara Samiti, Dhananjay Thakur of Brahmin Youth Front, Pintu Mahato of Diamond Club
Representatives of various social organizations including Shailendra Boypai and Sanjay Sharma of Adivasi Boys Club, Vivek Singh and Anuj Modi of Kranti Boys Club, Shahnawaz Ahmed of Ekta Welfare Society also attended the meeting.