Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar will get its first floating ambulance which can profit hundreds of individuals dwelling within the space. Geared up with well being amenities, the ambulance service will begin operation in Dal Lake quickly.
Tariq Ahmad Patloo, a houseboat proprietor, is the person behind this initiative. Tariq Ahmad arrange the boat ambulance companies a couple of months in the past when he examined optimistic for COVID-19.
He mentioned no person was able to escort him from his houseboat when he was contaminated. Tariq Ahmad mentioned he confronted immense difficulties in going to the hospital.
He then determined to begin a ship ambulance service for serving to individuals dwelling close to Dal Lake space.
Speaking to India TV, Tariq Patloo mentioned, “At the moment once I examined optimistic for coronavirus, no person got here ahead to assist me besides my pal and brother who supplied me a ship to succeed in the hospital. It harm me quite a bit and I made a decision to make the particular floating ambulance on boat aimed to assist hundreds of dwellers who’re dwelling in houseboats.”
“I designed it myself and it took me nearly 25 days, my projected obtained 90 per cent accomplished up to now simply solely 10 per cent continues to be pending and really quickly it is going to be placed on service,” he added.
Tariq mentioned, “I’ll strive my finest to maintain all fundamental amenities together with oxygen cylinder, ECG, Oximeter, wheelchair and stretcher and a toll-free quantity written on it so that folks can contact simply. This facility will save time to succeed in a hospital. Will probably be useful to vacationers as nicely.”
Tariq is the daddy of Jannat 5-year-old woman who gained a lot fame for her efforts of protecting the Dal Lake clear.