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In Maharashtra, first corona hospital is ready in Pune
In Pune, Maharashtra's first corona special hospital is ready. The Sassoon Hospital is 11 storey building. It consists of 700 beds and 40 ventilators. 70 corona patients were also shifted their. It construction was being done before the Corona crisis. But after the crisis, this hospital got ready in 15 days.
Maharashtra's first corona special hospital is ready in Pune. The construction work of this 11-storey building in the Sassoon Hospital complex was in progress since 2008. By March this year, 75 percent of the work was completed. The remaining work was to be done in a year. But in view of emergency under the corona, the remaining work was completed in just 15 days. The hospital has a provision of 700 beds. On Monday, more than 70 Corona patients were also shifted.
PWD Superintendent Rajendra Rahane said that in March when we decided to speed up the construction work of this building, the work of plaster, painting, plumber, lift was left. Sanitation, firefighting systems, underground pipelines, water pipelines, medical gas pipelines and similar other systems were mobilized on a war footing. Due to the lockdown, there was a hindrance in the work, then people went door-to-door and completed the work of painting as well as lift within 15 days.
Severe corona patients need ventilator support to breathe. There is a shortage of ventilators in general to large hospitals of the country. But in view of Corona in Sassoon Hospital, adequate arrangements have been made for them. Dr. Ajay Chandanwale, Dean of the hospital said that 40 ventilators have been provided here.
ED filed a petition for cancellation of DHFL Promotor Kapil Wadhawan's bail
On Wednesday a petition was as filed by the ED against the DHFL promoter Kapil Wadhawan. In this petition ED is seeking for the cancellation of the bail of Wadhawan in the money laundering case, as Wadhawan has violated the bail conditions.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday filed an appeal in the Bombay High Court seeking cancellation of the bail of DHFL promoter Kapil Wadhawan in a money laundering case. The ED has contended that Wadhawan allegedly violated the bail conditions and traveled to Mahabaleshwar during the lockdown enforced due to Corona virus crisis.
The petition filed by Enforcement Directorate advocate Purnima Kantharia has been accepted by the bench of High Court Judge PD Naik and fixed the next date of hearing of the case for April 23.
Wadhawan was arrested in January this year for suspected dealing with gangster Iqbal Mirchi. Iqbal died in 2013. A case was registered against Wadhawan under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. Wadhawan was granted bail in February by a sessions court.
A 29 year old woman hanged herself at Mumbai's Nair Hospital bathroom
A women resident of worli was reported positive for corona Virus 2 days before. She was also a asthma patient. On Wednesday morning, she was found dead, as she hanged herself in the Hospital's bathroom. Futher investigation is going on.
Today, a 29-year-old woman has committed suicide in the bathroom of Mumbai's Nair Hospital. According to the information, coronavirus was confirmed 2 days before in the woman. According to police, the woman was a resident of Worli area of Mumbai and suffered from asthma.
According to the information given by the hospital, at 3.45 am on Wednesday morning, the woman hanged herself from her own scarf in the hospital bathroom. The police have registered an accidental death report (ADR) in this case and started investigation. In the area where the woman hails from, most cases of corona infection have been reported.
At present, statements of the witness and the woman's relatives are being taken in the hospital. Earlier in Maharashtra's Akola district, a corona-infected patient committed suicide by cutting his throat with a blade.
Kolhapur Police came up with new idea to punish those who violate the lockdown rules
Kolhapur Superintendent of Police Abhinav Deshmukh said that Police has come up with the idea to punish the people who brake the lockdown rules. In this the person who violated the rules had to take selfies where there is written 'I am responsible, I am selfish'. and post on his facebook page.
Maharashtra's Kolhapur police has come up with a new way to punish those who violate the rules of lockdown, under which they are being publicly embarrassed by putting a selfie (picture) of such people on social media.
Kolhapur Superintendent of Police Abhinav Deshmukh said that more than 40 persons have been punished so far in this action started from Tuesday. Some educated and more clever people were deliberately breaking out of the house by breaking the rules of lockdown.
The photo is being posted on the Facebook page of those who break the rules
Kolhapur Superintendent of Police Abhinav Deshmukh said that to punish such people, they have identified a few places to take selfies where there is written 'I am responsible, I am selfish'. They are being asked to take selfies and post them on the police Facebook page. " He said that due to such punishment, social pressure will be put on the educated people who violate prohibitory orders.
Case has been registered against 1000 workers for gathering at Bandra station during lockdown
An NGO operator and journalist spread the rumors that the train and bus have started. So near Bandra station about 1000 workers were gathered. But as the transportation has not been started they protested and after this police taken action against them.
Police took action on Wednesday in connection with the mob gathering at Bandra station in Mumbai. A case of violation of lockdown has been registered against about one thousand workers. At the same time, an NGO operator Vinay Dubey was arrested and a journalist detained for spreading rumors. Police claim that they had spread the rumor that the train and bus are starting. In fact, thousands of migrant workers had gathered on Tuesday. There they raised slogans against the government and demanded to be sent home. Police had to lathi charge to remove them.
Meanwhile, the number of corona infected in Maharashtra has reached 2684. On Tuesday, 350 people were found positive in the state. During the 24 hours, 18 people died in the state. 11 patients died in Mumbai and 4 in Pune. With this, 178 people have died due to infection in the state so far. 112 people lost their lives in Mumbai alone.
Case filed against bodyguard of minister who beat up a person
On Monday, a case has been reported of the beating of a civil engineer by a bodyguard of a minister in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
According to the information, after writing something on the objectionable social media against Maharashtra minister Avhan, the victim was picked up from her house and taken to the minister's residence and beaten up badly.
It is also alleged that the minister was also present during the fight. After which an FIR has been registered against the bodyguard of Minister Jitendra Awhad and some others.
According to the police, the victim has been identified as Anant Karamuse, a resident of Thane. Anant Karamuse is a civil engineer in a private company.
Explosion in factory, two died
On Monday, a massive blast occurred in a chemical factory located in Boisar Industrial area of Palghar in Mumbai. After the explosion, a part of the factory caught fire.
People from the vicinity reached the spot after hearing the blast, seeing the fire in one part of the factory, people immediately informed the police and fire department about the incident.
As soon as the incident was reported, a team from the police and fire brigade started to control the fire. Fire-fighters overcame the fire after a 1-hour spell.
According to the information, in this factory named Galaxy Surfact, the work of making sanitizer was going on at the time of the accident. Meanwhile, there was a strong explosion and a fire broke out in the factory.
Three laborers have been injured and two laborers have died in the accident. Police has sent the three injured to the hospital where they are undergoing treatment. The police, after sending the bodies of both the dead for postmortem, started further investigation.
Five out of 47 corona infected patients died in Dharavi
Another person has died of corona infection in Dharavi area of Mumbai on Monday morning. So far 5 people have died of corona infection in Dharavi area.
A total of 47 corona-infected patients have been found so far in Dharavi. Giving information in this case, an official said that on Monday morning a 60-year-old man living in Nehru Nagar died due to corona at Sion Hospital in Mumbai.
In view of increasing cases, the work of highrisk contact tracing in Dharavi is going on. Today, three new infected patients have emerged in Madina Nagar, Janta Cooperative Housing Society and Gulmohar Chal.
Dharavi is considered to be Mumbai's most dangerous hotspot, so many areas of Dharavi have been divided into content areas and buffer zones. With a team of 150 doctors and nurses, the state government is conducting door-to-door checkups in Dharavi. At the same time, the police is monitoring the whole area with drones to ensure strict lockdown.
The number of corona infected people reached 2006 in Maharashtra
Lockdowns continue to prevent corona infections throughout the country. But despite the lock down, new patients of corona infection are coming out every day. Maharashtra has the most corona infected patients in India.
On Sunday, 224 new corona infected patients have been found in Maharashtra, after these, the number of corona infected patients in the state has increased to 2006. According to the administration, Corona's hotspot in Maharashtra is being reported to Mumbai.
As most corona infected patients (1549) have been found in the state in Mumbai only. On Monday also, 6 new corona infected patients have been found in Mumbai and so far 12 corona infected patients have died in Mumbai. Also, the government is doing everything possible to prevent Corona infection.
Now 12 companies will produce PPE kits and masks
On Monday, 12 companies in Maharashtra got permission from the administration to produce personal protective equipment kits and N-95 masks.
All these companies will soon start producing personal protective equipment insects and N-95 masks.
There is a shortage of PPE insects and masks in the state at present. But now it is feared that there may be a decrease in the problem of PPE and masks in the state in the coming days. In the fight with Corona alone, the BMC i.e. Mumbai alone needs 5 thousand PPE daily.