Welcomes Gujrat Government ban on PUBG, appeals Governor to ban PUBG in J&K
Srinagar, Jan 25: Deputy Mayor Srinagar Shiekh Mohammad Imran Friday urged Governor Administration to install Quranic audio systems in Intensive Care Unit’s (ICU) in all major hospitals of Srinagar city. He said Quran has its own healing touch.
Imran said while he visited hospitals in Srinagar. “Quran is the best medicine in the world and we as the residents of Muslim state should not hesitate to install audio Quranic systems in our hospitals, he said.
“Holy Quran recitation is the best way to serve people, this move will create the best environment in our hospitals,” he said adding that it will strengthen the willpower of patients,” Imran said.
“I have written a letter to Governor Satya Pal Malik to install Quran audio systems in the ICU’s of hospitals. I hope he will accept my proposal,” Deputy Mayor said. He wrote this initiative would not only give feeling spiritual healing but would also provide a sacred atmosphere in ICU’s. The attendants would also behave with a feeling of sincerity, he said.
Imran said, “It is pertinent to mention here that as Kashmir is Muslim majority area and this would suit the sentiments in the entire region and make them better in all forms.”
Responding to PUBG ban in Gujrat over ‘adverse effects’, he welcomed the Gujrat Government for banning the game. He said he has already raised the issue with Governor led administration but nothing was done on ground level. He appealed again Governor that it should be banned in J&K too so that youth can be saved from this virtual disaster.
He said doctors in hospitals are urging youngsters to stay away from PUBG addiction and it is the need of the hour to implement a blanket ban on it.
Apart from visiting Super Specialty Hospital Srinagar, Deputy Mayor also visited Brein, Nishat, Kral sangria and other neighboring localities in the area. Issues pertaining to people were solved on the spot and immediate basis.