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Five more corona infected jmatis found
Five more corona concentration jmatis have been found in Uttar Pradesh's Bijnor district on Tuesday. The police have admitted all of them to the isolation ward after taking them into custody.
It is being told that all these five jmatis also joined the Tablighi Jamaat. After the discovery of these five infected patients, the number of corona infected patients has increased to 46 in the district.
The Health Department has quarantined all the members of their families after the corona report of these five jmatis came positive.
Also, the police has sealed the area in which the five lived, after sanitizing the area. Also, information has been received that so far 2 corona infected patients have been cured in Bijnor.
Police took action against those who violated the lock down
People in Soren Meerut of Lokharan ignored the seriousness of the global pandemic and came out of the house needlessly wandering the streets.
To prevent this, police started checking operations at every main intersection of the city and cut off the challans of a large number of drivers.
On Wednesday, police registered 20 cases against 83 people under Section-188 of the lockdown violation. Out of these, 11 cases have been registered against 51 people.
Apart from this, a challan of one lakh two thousand seven hundred rupees was also charged from the drivers while cutting the challans of 468 vehicles. At the same time, 22 vehicles have also been seized.
RMRC will now be able to conduct 200 corona tests in 24 hours
Gorakhpur BRD Medical College's RMRC will now test 200 samples in 24 hours. New reactants have been sourced from ICMR.
The Medical College Administration and RMRC are currently investigating Corona. Both the institutions have been upgraded and new machines have been installed.
According to the information, the process of investigation in VDRL was extremely difficult and lengthy. The investigation used to be in two stages. Which used to take about nine hours.
Because of this, an average of 80 to 90 tests were being conducted daily at RMRC. At the moment, more than 150 samples are coming every day.
Dead-body of a man found in village
In Kushinagar district of Gorakhpur on Wednesday morning, news of a person's body being found hanging from a tree came to light.
The villagers immediately informed the police. As soon as the information is received, the police have reached Mokke and started further investigation after sending the person's body in possession and sending it for postmortem.
The deceased has been identified as Sudarshan Prasad (42), a resident of Nauka Tola in Bhainsha village. According to the information, Sudarshan came out of the house at 10 am on Tuesday.
But when Sudarshan did not return home till late night, the distressed family started his investigation. On Wednesday morning, around 10:30 in the morning, a person from the village found Sudarshan's body hanging on a guava tree with the help of wire.
Illegal liquor recovered, 3 arrested
On Tuesday evening, a joint team of Police and Excise Department raided Aliganj Sector-E, Lucknow and recovered a large amount of illicit liquor from a house. Police has also arrested three people in the raid.
According to the information, the team raided Sector-E on Tuesday night on the information. 31 boxes of beer and 15 bottles of foreign liquor have been recovered from there.
Police arrested Deepak Jaiswal, a resident of Shivajipuram, Thakurganj, Vinod Kumar Jaiswal of Lakhimpur Kheri, and Shyamji Jaiswal, a resident of Bangarmau in Unnao.
Fierce fire in shop
On Monday, a fierce fire broke out in a shop in Kabadi market of Shamli. Local people immediately informed the police and fire department about the fire.
The police and a team of fire brigade got information about the incident and reached the spot and started the work of overcoming the fire. Three firefighting vehicles caught fire after two hours of hard work.
No force has been received in this incident to injure anyone. However, due to the fire, the same amount of millions lying in the shop was burnt to ashes. According to the fire department, the fire was caused by the short circuit.
According to the information, the shop which is on fire is of Pramod Kumar resident of Jain Mohalla. This shop was of grocery and confectionery.
42 new corona patients found in a day
On Monday, 42 new corona-infected patients were found in four districts of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh. Most of them are stored.
All of them are admitted to isolation ward. This is the record of the corona infected in one day so far.
Only after such a number of infected cases have surfaced, all relevant areas have been alerted by the police administration and health department. The number of sealed areas is expected to increase further.
Man murdered his wife
A case of ruthless murder of a 32-year-old woman with a sharp weapon has come to light in Mendhwa village of Pratapgarh-Lalganj area.
On receiving information about the murder, a police team reached the spot and took the body of the woman in possession and gave it for post-mortem. The police have also arrested the husband of the deceased.
According to the information, a dispute was going on since the marriage between Sachin Tiwari and his wife Poonam, living in Mendhwa village. The deceased had earlier accused the in-laws of torture several times.
It was told that there was a dispute between husband and wife on Monday night too. After which Sachin killed Poonam. Police have arrested him after registering a case of murder against Sachin.
Person threatening to kill Mayor arrested
On Monday, the case of threatening to kill Prayagraj Mayor Abhilasha Gupta on phone. Abhilasha Gupta immediately complained about this to the police.
When the number with which the mayor received a threatening call, the police put that number on surveillance, then the location of the accused was found in Kanpur. After this, the Kanpur police was informed about this.
Shortly after receiving the information, a team of Kanpur police arrested the accused. The arrested accused have been identified as Neeraj Yadav.
The police have registered a case against the accused and started questioning him. According to the information, many criminal cases have been filed against Neeraj in the past, and he has also gone to jail twice.
All passenger trains cancelled until 3 May
In view of the corona virus infection, the country was first declared to be locked down till 14 April. After which all trains were to start operating from 15 April.
But in India, the lockdown period has been extended till May 3 by the Prime Minister, given the situation of corona infection at this time. After which the Railways has canceled all its trains operations till 12:00 pm on May 3.
This information has been given by the Chief Public Relations Officer of North Eastern Railway. He said that the Deputy Chief Operating Officer has issued orders in this regard. Till May 3, only special parcel trains and goods trains will be operated to carry essential goods.