Corona / 251 cases in country so far: President Kovind will also undergo tests; Singer Sonu Nigam trapped in Dubai with family
new Delhi. Coronavirus infection is becoming frightening in the country. President Ramnath Kovind will also undergo a corona test. In fact, the President had recently hosted a breakfast at Rashtrapati Bhavan, which was attended by Corona suspect MP Dushyant Singh. Earlier, Dushyant Singer attended Kanika Kapoor’s party, which has been found positive. With this, the President has postponed all his regular programs.
Sonu Nigam will not return from Dubai yet
Singer Sonu Nigam is in Dubai with the family. In such a situation, he has decided to stay there right now. According to a report, Sonu and his family have isolated themselves to stay safe from Corona. He said that he would not return to India before the situation returned to normal. They said that they do not want to trouble the authority more. Sonu also said that he would perform an online concert during the Janata curfew on Sunday. Sonu is taught by his son Nivan in Dubai, where all the schools are closed.
The highest number of 50 cases were reported in the country on Friday.
The maximum number of infections were reported on Friday. Of these, 12 infections have been found in Kerala. Except 11 small states of the country, the virus has spread to all other states. It has also entered Madhya Pradesh. Four positive patients have been found here in Jabalpur. Three of them had returned from Dubai and one from the Germans. Singer Sonu Nigam has stated that he is currently in Dubai and will not come before the situation in India returns to normal. They do not want to be a burden on the staff facing the crisis. He said that on Sunday, the public will perform an online concert during the curfew.
America praised India’s efforts
US Defense Minister Mark Asper has spoken to India’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh over the phone. He has appreciated India’s initiative to stop coronavirus in SAARC countries. The Indian Embassy in Washington has issued advisories to Indians living there and has asked them to stay at home and follow the necessary rules.
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- Madhya Pradesh: The first case of Carona infection came to light in the state on Friday. Four patients have been found here in Jabalpur. One of them returned from Germany and three from Dubai.
- Rajasthan: Eight cases were found in the state on Friday. Among them, six patients from Bhilwara and two from Jaipur. Of the six people who have been infected in Bhilwara, three are doctors and three compounders.
- Maharashtra: Belagavi Collector SB Bomanahalli said that it has been decided to stop the movement of passenger vehicles between Goa and Maharashtra.
- Uttarakhand: Dehradun magistrate Ashish Kumar Srivastava said that the Four Point Hotel in Rajpur has been closed with immediate effect. A woman staying here has been found infected.
- Uttar Pradesh: Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur was closed by 31 March and Sankatmochan Hanuman temple of Varanasi by 25 March.
- Himachal Pradesh: Chief Minister Jairam Thakur confirmed infection with coronavirus in two people in Kangra district.
- Kerala: High Court dismisses petition seeking online sale of liquor. The petitioner said that it would be better to do this to reduce congestion. In Kasargod, all government and private offices were closed for a week from March 21. Shops other than grocery and medical will remain closed from 11 am to 5 pm. Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) has decided to stop trains from 22 March. The state received the highest 17 infections on Friday. These included five British nationals in Kochi and five in Ernakulam, six in Kasaragod and one Indian citizen in Palakkad.
- Bangal: Public Service Commission canceled all written examinations from 21 March to 5 April. The physical examination for the fire operator on March 23 was also postponed.
- Western Railway today canceled six trains (14309, 14310, 22413, 22414, 29019 and 29020).
Khurshid said – NPR and CAA should be banned right now
Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid has said that the government should postpone the National Population Register (HPR) and Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAA) for three months in view of the coronavirus crisis.
Modi praised Nepal and Bhutan for help in coronavirus fund
Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli for helping 10 crore Nepalese rupees (approx. In Indian currency) in the SAARC countries fund created for Coronavirus. The Prime Minister of Bhutan, Dr. Lotte Tshering, has also assisted one lakh dollars (about 76 lakh rupees in Indian currency) in this fund. Modi has also appreciated his efforts.