Srinagar, July 24: A constable of Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) has donated O-negative plasma to save the life of a Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS) officer admitted in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of S K Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Bemina, a police spokesman said.
He said the KAS officer Tasaduq Jeelani, Special Secretary, Social Welfare Department (SWD) needed O-negative Plasma.
He said setting an example and leading from the front Police constable Syed Zulfikar Ali, posted at Anantnag in IRP 11th Battalion had volunteered to donate the plasma to Jeelani, who is admitted in ICU of JVC hospital and was in immediate need of (O- negative) plasma.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Sandeep Mehta Commandant of IRP without wasting any time facilitated two donors from his battalion as soon as he got the news about the immediate need of plasma for the KAS officer.
The Constable who had previously recovered from Covid-19 voluntarily donated his plasma on Wednesday to save a precious life.
Jeelani is said to be recuperating from the disease. His family and friends have thanked Constable Ali and SSP for their support.