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Gautam Gambhir landed on the battle pitch against Corona
The number of people dying in the country due to Corona virus is increasing. So far 515 people have suffered in the country due to Corona virus, out of which 10 people have died. Many people have come forward to help the victims. And have tried to help in the form of financial aid. Bharatiya Janata Party MP and cricketer Gautam Gambhir has offered financial assistance of Rs 5000000 for the victims of Corona virus.
Bharatiya Janata Party MP Gautam Gambhir has offered to give Rs 5000000 to the government hospitals from the MP fund. The number of people suffering from corona in Delhi has been 29. One of which has died. Coronavirus in Delhi has not been completely successful in overcoming. People are constantly being treated in the hospital. Some people have also been saved from Poorna India. But in the coming days, this crisis may increase even more, keeping in mind the lock down has been announced in the whole of Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has taken great steps for the people of Delhi, showing great caution.
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Curfew passes will now be given for essential services
In view of the increasing influence of Corona India, entire people have been announced in Delhi. The seven districts of Delhi have been locked down till 31 March. Apart from this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced complete lock down till 14 April. That is, the entire country is going to remain closed till 14 April. Under which the text e rickshaw bus services will be closed in Delhi. Apart from this, shops of food items will be opened to provide relief to the people. Apart from this, the Delhi government has also talked about opening the medical store.
All emergency services will be open in Delhi. All transport services in Delhi have been closed. Considering the growing influence of Corona India, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has taken a big decision. Apart from this, Delhi Police has said that curfew pass will be given for the people implementing emergency services. Under which people will be allowed to go to Delhi. No person nearby will be allowed to roam on the road.
High court also desolate from Corona
Keeping in view the safety of people due to Corona virus, the Association of Delhi High Court Bar has taken a big decision. The Bar Association of Delhi High Court has directed that Delhi High Court will remain closed till March 31 and all its chambers have been sealed. Block chambers where lawyers sit and communicate with the public. Such a place was stopped for the movement of people from March 23 onwards. This type of step has been taken in the country due to the increasing number due to the continuous Corona virus.
The bar association is cautious in view of the spread of corona virus spreading in the country. Following the instructions given by the bar association, most lawyers will have to work from home. But it is being described as a very important step in spreading the corona virus. Corona infection will be reduced.
Schools dominated by Kejriwal's budget
Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has presented the budget in the Delhi Assembly. Special attention has been paid to Delhi's education system in the budget presented by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. Finance Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia presented the budget for 2020–21. Despite the increasing compassion in Delhi, the budget was presented in the Delhi Assembly.
In Delhi's budget presented by Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia, the entire attention of the Deputy Chief Minister was on education system. 20,000 new classrooms will be built in Delhi. Apart from this, 17 new government schools are going to be built in Delhi. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia said that we had included these things in the manifesto presented by the Aam Aadmi Party government. Today, I am happy to announce the expenditure on Delhi's education system that we have fulfilled our promises. Kejriwal Model of Governance is being recognized as the best education model in the country. He said that the Delhi government will assess the education system of Delhi by PISA, will help in bringing the education system of Yiddish to the global level.
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Ban on offering Namaz in mosques in mosques
Corona war started in the great of China, gradually occupying the whole world. In India, the number of people suffering from corona due to corona virus is increasing. Due to Corona , big countries are troubled by the epidemic of this disease. Such countries are forced to treat the suffering people.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had announced a lock-down in Delhi, under which people were forbidden to gather at any place. In which the gathering was also banned at religious places. So that the crowd does not gather at any place in Delhi and the infection can be prevented. There is a ban on offering namaz in Delhi's Jama Masjid as well. In Delhi, a large number of people come in front of mosques to offer prayers. The Delhi government fears that the infection may escalate. Keeping this in mind, the Delhi government is not allowed to gather 5 or more people in any place of Delhi. In fact, to prevent the corona virus havoc, Saudi Arabia also temporarily banned Umrah. is.
Delhi Police evacuated Shaheen Bagh
In Delhi, the protesters protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act bill have been removed from their place. Keeping in mind the earlier coronaviruses in the country, such a step has been taken. Section 144 has been implemented in entire Delhi, under which 5 or more people are not being allowed to gather at one place.
Under section 144, the police have taken large action and removed the protesters who were protesting in Shaheen Bagh. Also uprooted the fairies' tents. In Shaheen Bagh on Tuesday, the police took out a large action with a large police force and removed the protesters, along with the Noida-Kalindi Kunj road has also been evacuated. Due to coronavirus in Delhi Section 144 has been implemented, citing which Delhi Police has arrested 6 women and 5 men. The police force says that we have removed people from their place in a peaceful manner.
Delhi: Protesters removed from Seelampur and Jamia after Shaheen Bagh
Keeping in mind the spreading coronavirus in the country, many protesters who opposed the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC have been removed from their place. After evacuating the protesters who were protesting in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, the police have removed the protesters who were protesting in Seelampur and Jamia from their place. A large number of police forces, while taking major action, have taken away the goods of the protesters while taking action in Shaheen Bagh and Seelampur and 66 Foota Road has been evacuated. Apart from this, the police have taken people out of Jamia in a big action and the police have taken Jamia's belongings in their possession.
Delhi Police said that keeping in mind the Coronavirus that wears in the country, Section 144 has been implemented in entire Delhi. Under which more than 5 people are not allowed to stand at any place. Delhi Police said that Delhi Police had earlier ordered the protesters to finish the protest but the protesters did not listen to us, after which we had to take action and remove the protesters from their place.
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Heavy rain in many areas of Delhi-NCR
Delhi was suffering due to Corona virus, but now the weather conditions in Delhi are slowly deteriorating. Along with the dust storm in Delhi and NCR, it gave pain in the rain. Due to which cloud has surrounded the whole of Delhi. Due to cloud cover in Delhi, drizzle has also been seen. Due to which the temperature in Delhi was recorded. The Meteorological Department had predicted that there could be strong winds along with rain in Delhi. Along with Delhi, rain has been seen in NCR. Actually, the weather is changing in Delhi for the last several days. A few days ago, hail was also lying in Delhi along with strong winds. Due to frequent changes in the weather, Delhiites are constantly facing problems. Apart from this, people whose homes are not good, are facing many difficulties due to rain. Where it was sunny in the afternoon on Tuesday, between 4:00 to 5:00 in the evening, the weather had changed its course. Dust storm occurred in many areas and rain has been encountered in many areas.
Arvind Kejriwal said on corona crisis - no one dies of hunger
Seeing the growing influence of Corona, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced curfew in Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal assured the people of Delhi that no citizen of Delhi will die due to hunger. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the number of citizens completed due to Corona virus has decreased in Delhi. But we should not be happy to see this figure. Because in the coming days the situation may become even more fulfilled. In view of the coming situation, curfew has been imposed in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the fight against Corona is still long. Corona in Delhi may increase the number of victims.
Given these conditions, we have to be cautious in the coming days. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that in the last 40 hours, no person in Delhi has suffered due to Karo Na virus. So far, the number of people suffering from compassion in Delhi is 23. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told that a team of 5 members is being formed to fight in Corona India.
Ayushman Bharat Scheme will be implemented in Delhi
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has spoken about implementing Ayushman Bharat in Delhi. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Manish Sisodia has announced this in the budget to be announced in the Delhi Assembly. The Kejriwal government has announced this in the Delhi Assembly. Through the assembly elections, a big issue was made by the Bharatiya Janata Party regarding the Ayushman plan. Manish Indoria has presented the budget for the sixth time in Delhi Legislative Assembly. In view of this, the citizens of Delhi believe in the model of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia divided the budget for many parts. Manish Sisodia mainly suggested several measures to improve education. The budget was offered by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at a time when the number of people who died of coronavirus in Delhi is increasing. Due to which Manish Sisodia has put 65 crores as a proposal to fight the corona virus.
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The federal government is funneling most international air arrivals into four hubs: Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, and Vancouver. The Greater Toronto Airports Authority says it is working closely with the Public Health Agency of Canada and Canada Border Services Agency to ensure that all proper measures are taken with international arrivals. The border agency said additional teams of roving officers are now working throughout the arrivals and baggage areas at airports to engage with travelers.
Ontario administration issued a list of businesses that can stay open.
Ontario administration has issued a list of businesses that can stay open during the lockdown. The administration has imposed restrictions to control the spread of COVID19. Retail services like gas stations, vehicle repair businesses, pharmacies, etc. can stay open. Restaurants and other facilities can stay open but cannot serve the customers and can provide only delivery or takeout services. Businesses that provide support and maintenance services to maintain properties will stay open. Businesses that provide or support information technology and telecommunications services, as well as support services such as call centers for delivery.
Taxis, businesses that offer transportation services to other businesses and transportation maintenance groups will continue to function. Capital markets, credit unions, insurance businesses, businesses that provide pension and employee benefits services, and businesses that provide financial services. Home care services, retirement homes, long-term care facilities, and laboratories. Businesses involved in pharmaceutical products and medical supplies, those that support health care, can stay open, along with dentists, optometrists, and physiotherapists.
More health care resources will be required in California amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
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