BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Jyotiraditya Scindia have donated the plasma on Thursday. Jyotiraditya Scindia and his mother Madhavi Raje Scindia were found to be corona infected in the first week of June. After this, both were admitted to Max Hospital in Delhi. Apart from Scindia and his mother, samples of his wife and two children were also tested, in which he was negative. Scindia had a sore throat and fever. Both people recovered after treatment.
संक्रमण का सामना कर मैं और मेरे जैसे हजारों अन्य नागरिक जो स्वस्थ हो चुके हैं, उन्हें अपना प्लाज्मा डोनेट कर अन्य संक्रमितों के इलाज में मदद करनी चाहिये। देशवासियों की जान की सुरक्षा करना सभी का दायित्व है। @narendramodi @AmitShah @JPNadda @ChouhanShivraj @drharshvardhan pic.twitter.com/1N73IfFL2q
— Jyotiraditya M. Scindia (@JM_Scindia) July 9, 2020
Significantly, people recovering from infections are appealing to the government to donate their plasma, which can help in the treatment of infected people. He said that it is the responsibility of all to protect the life of the countrymen. Scindia has shared a photo tweeter donating the plasma. Along with this, he wrote in the tweet that I and thousands of other citizens like me who have become healthy after facing infection should donate their plasma and help treat other infected people. It is the responsibility of all to protect the life of the countrymen. In this tweet, he has tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda, and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
If there was no lockdown, then the corpses would pile up
Scindia had told BJP workers who came to Bhopal during the cabinet expansion that, 'I had become corona. Mental stress was enough. Pays a lot It took me 30 days to emerge from it. This disease is fatal. I wish none of my enemies had this. It is not over yet. Two to three months now and we have to avoid it. It is important to use caution. Take care of yourself and your family. Those who oppose the lockdown of the Prime Minister, understand that if our Prime Minister had not taken this decision, the corpses would have piled up. '