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In Telangana, Prisoners are making masks and sanitizers for medical and police personnel
For police personnel, medical personnel and other frontline personnel to fight against the pandemic of Covid-19, Telangana Prisoners are making masks and sanitizers. They have been trained to make the masks and sanitizer.
Prisoners of Telangana prisons have started making masks and sanitizers for doctors, police personnel, medical personnel and other frontline personnel as they join the nation's fight to deal with the global pandemic Covid-19. In view of increasing demand for masks and sanitizers from government departments and information technology companies. The central government has given the approval that in the state and district prisons prisoners can also make masks and sanitizer.
While masks and sanitizers are priced lower than the products available in the market. The Telangana Prison Department Cell sells these under the 'My Nation' brand. Along with this, they have also brought a health and hygiene kit, which includes masks (which can be washed), hand sanitizer, handwash, bath soap and phenyl. Prisoners have been trained by the chemist to make sanitizer. At the same time, Mask is been made under the trained teller present in jail.
About nine thousand masks and three thousand liters sanitizers are made daily in Hyderabad and other district jails. The official said that the prison department supplies masks and sanitizers to the medical and health department personnel, police, power unit, postal department personnel and other government agencies.
In Telangana, unique steps taken to create awareness for the corona virus
In Telangana new ideas are been seen by various people to create the awareness among the people. Police were wearing corona virus shaped helmets. The owner of a car museum has created a 'virus car'. A folk singer is seen in a video explaining the importance of washing hands.
In Telangana, new ideas are being taken to create awareness among people about the corona virus. Policemen recently took out a bike rally in the city wearing such helmets to attract public attention. At this rally, policemen warned people about the dangers of the virus and informed them about precautionary measures. A police officer said that this was an attempt to make people aware of the epidemic and to take precautionary measures.
Sudhakar Museum owner K.K. Sudhakar displayed a hand-car-shaped corona virus. He has created a Corona virus car to make people aware of the virus and encourage people to stay indoors. This car with one seat and six wheels The engine is of 100 cc and it can run at a speed of 40 kmph. It took them 10 days to make it.
In another attempt to make people aware of Corona virus, Palli Narasimha of Telangana Praja Natya Mandali has created a video in which he is singing a Telugu song about washing hands and other measures to stop the corona virus from spreading. He said that he felt that it is his responsibility to make people aware during this difficult time. So he made a song. He also said that he is glad that many people have liked it.
Congress leader V. Hanumantha Rao violated lockdown in Telangana
Case has been registered against the Congress leader as he had not listen to the police and violated the lockdown rules as he has garlanded the statue of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar at a public place.
A case has been registered against Congress leader V. Hanumantha Rao for garlanding the statue of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar at a public place during the lockdown. Police said that despite the refusal, six people including Rao reached the tank Bund and garlanded the statue.
Police said, we also told him that this would send a wrong message to the public, but he did not listen to us. Now a case has been registered against Rao under section 188 (violation of government order) and epidemic act of Indian Penal Code.
Cellular and Molecular Biology Center selected for Verfication of Corona virus test kits
Among the 5 center selected for the verification of the Corona Virus test kits, the Cellular and Molecular Biology Center (CCMB) in Hyderabad is also selected. These center will verify corona virus test kit.
The five centers selected by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMBR) for the verification of corona virus test kits, the Cellular and Molecular Biology Center (CCMB) located in Hyderabad is also selected. A press release stated that CCMB is the only non-ICMR lab included in these excellent centers. These centers will verify test kits designed to check for corona virus infection.
CCMB itself has remained a corona virus testing center since 31 March and is working with hospitals in 33 districts of Telangana. It has also trained doctors and employees of state government hospitals. CCMB director Rakesh Mishra said the new responsibility of kit verification will now enable us to support the health and biology industry sector to bring all stakeholders together in the fight against Covid-19.
In Telangana a labor from Bihar committed suicide
A 24 year old labor committed suicide in Telangana. In an investigation it is reveled that he committed suicide as he could not return to his home in Bihar. His body was found hanging in his room.
A 24-year-old migrant laborer from Bihar allegedly committed suicide in Telangana as he could not return home due to the lockdown. Police said on Tuesday that the dead body of this youth, who hails from Lakhisarai district, was found hanging from his room fan in Uppal area on Monday.
The door of the young man's room was locked from inside. The youth's family informed his friend that he had not been picking up the phone since Sunday, to which he informed the police. On breaking the door, the body of the young man was found hanging from the fan. Initial investigation revealed to the police that he was thinking of going home, but got stuck here due to the lockdown.
24 new corona patients found in Andhra Pradesh
Today in the state Corona cases has increased to 405, 24 new cases were reported. 17 cases have been registered in Guntur district, 5 in Kurnool and 1-1 in Prakasam and Kadapa on Saturday. 133 'Red Zone' have been declared in Andhra Pradesh.
On Saturday, 24 Corona positive cases were reported in Andhra Pradesh. With this, the number of corona virus infected in the state has increased to 405. 17 cases have been registered in Guntur district, 5 in Kurnool, Prakasam and Kadapa on Saturday. With this, the positive cases of Covid-19 in Kurnool district has increased to 82. While 72 cases have been registered in Guntur, 41 in Prakasam, and 30 in Kadapa.
In this sequence, the authorities have declared the Corona virus affected areas as red zones. Due to this, movement of people in these areas has been banned. Apart from this, people who have come in contact with them have been kept in quarantine. 133 'Red Zone' have been declared in Andhra Pradesh. Police is strictly guarded here so that the lockdown is not violated. Currently 389 cases are active in the state. 10 patients have been discharged from the hospital, while 6 people have died in the state so far. 909 samples have been tested in the last 24 hours.
The Andhra Pradesh government removed the state election commissioner from the post of ordinance
There was a dispute going on between YSR Congress government and State Election Commissioner Ramesh Kumar. The Andhra government amended the 'Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994' to reduce the tenure of SEC from 5 years to 3 years. So Ramesh Kumar's tenure came to an end on 10 April 2020.
The Jaganmohan Reddy government of YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh on Friday removed state election commissioner N Ramesh Kumar from the post through an ordinance. The Jaganmohan Reddy government of Andhra amended the 'Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994' to reduce the tenure of SEC i.e. State Election Commissioner from five years to three years. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi, Principal Secretary, Panchayati Raj and Rural Development Department said that N Ramesh Kumar's tenure came to an end on 10 April 2020 as per the amendment.
This step has been taken after months of dispute between YSR Congress government and Ramesh Kumar. In fact, due to the Corona virus outbreak, the State Election Commission deferred rural and urban local body elections in Andhra Pradesh for six weeks, after which the controversy deepened.
The case between Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy and Ramesh Kumar got heated when the schedule of elections for rural and urban local bodies scheduled for March 21 and 23 was postponed by the Election Commission citing the corona virus. Soon after, Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy reached the Governor on March 14 with a complaint from Ramesh Kumar. It is believed that the government has taken this decision only after the Governor's consent.
Action taken against MLA, went on strike to withdraw the case filed against him
MLA from Nellore district, distribute ration and vegetables to more 1000 people. When the high police officials reached their they filed the case against the MLA. But on Saturday MLA along with his supporters protested outside the police station to withdraw the case against him.
Nallapreddy Prasanna Kumar Reddy, the ruling YSR Congress Party MLA from Kovur Nagar seat in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, organized an event at the head quarters of Buchireddy Palem.
There was a plan to collect 6500 people and distribute ration and vegetables. After the administration and police explained, the MLA invited more than one thousand people to the program after reducing the number of beneficiaries. Among them were the cleaning staff, Asha Worker, and others. When this reached the high police officials, a case was registered against 8 people including the MLA. Simultaneously, action was taken on the police personnel present on the spot.
As soon as this information was received, the MLA along with dozens of his supporters protested outside the police station on Saturday morning. He demanded withdrawal of the case filed against himself and not taking action against the police personnel. District Collector Seshagiri Babu, after discussing with the Superintendent of Police, assured the MLA to consider this while talking on the phone. After this all got up from there. Talking to the media, the MLA said that in order to ensure that the people of his area do not go hungry during the lock-down, service programs are being organized in every area by public representatives, social organizations and other people. He said that it was not a crime to serve, which was taken against him.
50-year-old mother brought his son back on scooty, who was stuck in Andhra Pradesh due to lockdown
A 50-year-old women from Nizamabad district of Telangana travelled on scooty to Nellore Andhra Pradesh around 700 KM to bring back his son who was stuck in his Friend's house. She brought his son back in 3 days.
People have stucked in different parts of the country in the Corona lockdown and are unable to go to their homes. The Modi government has taken this decision only to avoid the rising outbreak of Corona virus. A son was trapped due to a lockdown about 700 km from the house, after which the mother traveled 1400 km from Scooty and brought her son back.
Razia Begum, 50, from Nizamabad district of Telangana, moved to Nellore, 700 km from her scooty, where her son was trapped in lockdown and then brought her son back home after sitting on the scooty. Razia Begum is a government teacher in Bodhan city of Nizamabad. Razia leaves Scooty on Monday morning to bring back her son and reaches Nellore in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday afternoon. From there she comes back to her 17-year-old son Mohammed Nizamuddin on a scooty and returns to her home in the evening on Wednesday. During this time Razia covers a total distance of 1400 km in three days. His son was trapped at his friend's house in Nellore.
A Health Department official accidentally drank sanitizer instead of water
District Medical and Health Officer (DMHO) Anil Kumar consumed 2 sip of sanitizer instead of water. Then after this he was unconscious and soon his family took to the hospital. Doctor said there is no threat to his life, he will be fine in sometime.
On Friday, a Health Department official became ill after accidentally consuming a sanitizer instead of water. The incident took place in Anantapur district. District Medical and Health Officer (DMHO) Anil Kumar became ill after taking two sips of sanitizer kept in his house, his family took him to a nearby private hospital for treatment. The doctors examined him and said that there was no threat to his life. He said that the DMHO would be discharged in a few hours.
With the arrival of two more cases of Covid-19 in Andhra Pradesh, the number of infected people has increased to 365 in the state. This information was given by the Health Department on Friday. Both these new cases came up in Anantapuramu district.
At present, a total of 349 people are being treated in the hospital due to this disease. So far, six people have died of the disease in the state, while 10 people have been discharged from the hospital after recovering. The state investigated a total of 892 samples in the past 24 hours