Delhi: Chief Minister Kejriwal convenes all-party meeting amidst growing havoc in Corona

  • Capital Delhi In Corona virus The Kejriwal government has convened an all-party meeting on Thursday amid deteriorating conditions due to the fast-growing cases of.

    On Wednesday, 7,486 new cases of pandemic were reported in Delhi and there were 131 deaths. This is the largest number of deaths a day since the onset of the corona virus.

    With this, there have been a total of 5,03,084 cases of corona in Delhi and 7,943 deaths.

  • The issue of corona virus will be discussed in the meeting

  • Giving information about this, an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said that the meeting will discuss the growing cases of corona infection in Delhi and the Chief Minister Arvind kejriwal Will demand all parties, MLAs and MPs to help in awareness campaign.

    Opposition parties say that they will raise the issue of ‘inadequate testing’ in the meeting and will demand the government to strictly follow the precautionary measures.

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    Adesh Gupta said – Government convened meeting late

    Adesh Gupta said - Government convened meeting late
  • Talking about attending the meeting, Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta said that the government has taken this step late.

    He said, “I suggest that Delhi government should put more emphasis on steps like masking and social distancing instead of putting lockdown. Also I will ask the Chief Minister to increase the facilities like ICU beds in hospitals so that more and more patients in Delhi Cure. ”

  • Congress will raise the issue of testing

  • At the same time, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee chief Anil Chaudhary has also said to attend the meeting. “We are raising the issue of inadequate testing. Apart from this, we will also raise the matter of ban on Chhath Puja in public places,” he said.

  • Delhi government will increase number of ICU beds

    Delhi government will increase number of ICU beds
  • On the other hand, Arvind Kejriwal has said that in the next two days 663 ICU beds will be arranged in Delhi hospitals.

    Kejriwal, who visited the GTB hospital, said that a meeting has been held with the doctors here and they have agreed to arrange 238 ICU beds in the next two days. At the same time, a total of 663 beds will be arranged in different hospitals of Delhi.

    Health Minister Satyendra Jain has also given information about this.

  • 45 doctors from paramilitary forces reached Delhi

    45 doctors from paramilitary forces reached Delhi
  • At the same time, the Ministry of Home Affairs said on Tuesday that 45 doctors and 160 paramedics staff from paramilitary forces have reached Delhi.

    Also, the railway is providing 800-bed coaches, which will be used as isolation centers.

    Apart from this, DRDO is also busy arranging 250 new ICU beds in the next 3-4 days.

    All these steps were decided under the chairmanship of Home Minister Amit Shah. The meeting Happened in.

  • Delhi government may implement some restrictions

  • Given the increasing pace of Corona virus infection in Delhi, the Delhi government may impose certain restrictions.

    Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that some restrictions can be implemented in the markets if needed to prevent infection.

    He has dismissed all speculation of a lockdown.

    Earlier, the Delhi government had the maximum number of guests at weddings 200 to 50 minus Had done it.

  • Delhi people are in support of enforcing restrictions

  • The Delhi government is currently considering the decision of imposing or not banning it, but the people here are not against the restrictions.

    A survey by the Community Forum LocalSircles has revealed that in view of the increasing cases of Corona, 74 per cent of the people of Delhi are in favor of restrictions on markets and non-essential shops.

    More than 10,000 people on the forum had answered a question about sanctions in Delhi.

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