Anti-Corona Task Force Founder Dr. Krishan Jha Admitted to AIIMS for Brain TB Treatment

Dr. Padma Srivastav is in charge of Dr. Jha's care at AIIMS, where it is being administered with great precision


New Delhi: After suffering from focal seizures on Friday, Dr. Krishan Jha, the founder of the Anti-Corona Task Force (ACTF), was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi. Since April 2021, Dr. Jha, a native of the Madhubani area of Bihar, has been fighting Brain TB.

Dr. Padma Srivastav is in charge of Dr. Jha’s care at AIIMS, where it is being administered with great precision. Dr. Jha has been widely lauded for his work in the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, and he is known as a Data Scientist Policymaker and Strategist as well as an active BJP Karykarta.

Dr. Krishan Jha’s ACTF is an NGO aggregator that serves as a driving force for innovation by pooling NGOs’ best practises with those from rural India. The ACTF, founded by the late Shri Pranab Mukherjee Ji and supported by the government, works to help people all over the world in times of need.

The ACTF helps both people and animals thanks to its staff of over 3 lac volunteers. Notably, they were able to prevent the death of 50,000 cows during the Lumpy epidemic. More than 10,000 students have benefited from internships offered by the organisation, which have helped develop their abilities and instilled in them a sense of civic duty.

Dr. Krishan Jha is not only the ACTF’s creator, but also an adviser to a wide range of public and commercial institutions and dignitaries. He’s the head of two major organisations: the Akhil Bharatiya Pradhan Sangathan and the Delhi Police Mahasangh.

Dr. Jha’s efforts in the battle against the COVID-19 epidemic have been recognised by political leaders from all walks of life.

The Anti-Corona Task Force hopes Dr. Krishan Jha gets well soon and reiterates its commitment to helping people in dire situations.