Coronavirus: Girls Get Into Gown-Making Down South


A girl, who is a boutique owner in Tral area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, has manufactured free uniforms for the doctors in recognition of their great contribution in fight against the Covid-19 disease.

Girls in south Kashmir’s Tral, who have been making uniforms for health workers.

Saima Reshi, a 26-year-old girl from the Batagund area of Tral, who runs the boutique ‘Fashion Shades,’ told KNT that “to give protection to doctors, she along with her sister Aafu Reshi (Co-owner) and other members have manufactured many uniforms after taking suggestions and guidance form ADC Tral.

“We are very thankful to all the Doctors, nurses, paramedics and sanitation workers for serving us, and it is now our turn to do something for them,” Saima said.

Her sister Aafu Reshi said that these doctors and paramedics are risking their lives for people; thereby they take the initiative to provide uniforms to them in wake of COVID-19 threat.

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“They are doing a commendable job and it is because of them we are staying at home,” Aafu said.

Meanwhile, Suja Reshi, the brother of owner has hailed the efforts of their sisters and said that he was helping them side by side to make it possible.

“It was our small endeavour to make uniforms for the doctors. We did it under the guidance of Additional deputy commissioner (ADC) Shabir Ahmad Raina,” Suja said. (KNT)


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