COVID positive Manish Sisodia shifted to Max Hospital in Saket after being diagnosed with dengue
Thursday, 24 September 2020 Hospital sources also said his blood platelet count was also dropping. Earlier in the evening, Sisodia was put on oxygen support, and remained under constant observation, a senior doctor of the LNJP Hospital in the national capital said.
Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia has been hospitalised on Wednesday. Sisodia had tested positive for novel coronavirus on September 14. The 48-year-old AAP leader has been admitted to state-run LNJP Hospital. Sisodia was being treated for the viral contagion in home isolation. After testing...
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday appealed to the Centre to play a "crucial role" in controlling pollution in north India and curb stubble burning. The national capital's air quality was in the "very poor" category in the morning, the first time this season, with calm winds and low temperatures allowing the accumulation of pollutants. "Stubble burning has started in neighboring states and smoke has started reaching Delhi. The Delhi government has taken several measures to reduce pollution throughout the year but why is that suddenly when stubble burning begins everybody is concerned about pollution and nothing is done throughout the year," Sisodia said. "We say it again and again that it is not just Delhi which is affected by pollution but the whole of north India," he said. By the time smoke from crop residue burning reaches Delhi, its "intensity is somewhat reduced but imagine how bad it will be affecting people living in Punjab and Haryana where stubble burning is actually taking place", the deputy chief minister said.
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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia came down heavy on central government for not solving the issue of stubble burning. Sisodia accused the centre of sitting idle throughout the year. Delhi Deputy CM said, "Pollution especially that related to stubble burning is not an issue for Delhi alone, it is for entire north India. Unfortunately, central govt did not do anything to resolve it. They sat idly throughout the year. Entire north India is suffering." Manish Sisodia said that pollution plus Corona has become lethal for people. "Centre sits idly all through the year, holds some meetings around this time and then don't do anything after that. I would like to tell them that they will have to play a role to reduce pollution in north India," he added.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on October 10 met the family of 18-year-old student who was allegedly fatally beaten by a girl's family members. After expressing his condolences to victim's family, Sisodia assured that the Delhi government will do everything to ensure that the court will give stringent punishment to the accused. He also informed that the Delhi government will give ex-gratia amount of Rs 10 lakh to victim boy's family. An 18-year-old student was allegedly brutally beaten by a girl's family members on October 07. The victim was admitted to Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial (BJRM) hospital in unconscious condition on Wednesday. Later on, he succumbed to his injuries during treatment.
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