Delhi Police busted a fake salt manufacturing racket. Police have recovered over 3,000 kg of fake salt and a manufacturing machine from their possession. The police team conducted a raid at a shop and recovered 5 bags each of 50 kg and 1 bag of 13 kg of fake salt from there. Firm owner was apprehended and a criminal case under provisions of Copyright Act has been registered. The arrested accused was examined at length about source of the fake products. It was revealed that a manufacturing unit is running at village Karala. On the tip, the team acted swiftly and conducted raid at the premises and recovered the cache of fake salt and a machine.
Amid coronavirus pandemic, Delhi Police charged fine from commuters who didn't wear mask on June 24. Under section 188, police fined Rs 500 from them. Under this challan, Rs 500 are being charged for the first time and Rs 1,000 for second time offender. Delhi is the second worst hit state in India with over 62,000 cases and over 2,200 fatalities.
To honour their selfless efforts to control the spread of coronavirus disease, a class 10 student distributed 100 face shields to Delhi Police. He is making face shields and masks using 3D printers at home. He said, "I bought 3D printer to make protective gear. They're vital for police as they interact with people. I also donate to others who need it."
Delhi Police is on high alert after intelligence reports of about possibility of terrorists from J and K trying to enter city. Police personnel are checking vehicles at several checkpoints in the national capital. According to intelligence reports, terrorists will attempt to enter city via road.
Dead bodies of two patients belonging to two different communities were swapped at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on July 06. Daughter of the deceased said, "We received a call from AIIMS, and the staff member told us that by mistake they have given someone else's body to us. My mother's body was still in the hospital. The body which we received belonged to a Muslim family." The body of the Muslim woman was cremated following Hindu customs.
People in Jafrabad area of North-East Delhi will celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr in different way this year. They will keep in mind all guidelines and norms amid coronavirus lockdown 4.0. Locals will offer Eid prayers at their residences due to COVID-19 outbreak. While speaking to ANI, a local said, "Protecting ourselves from coronavirus is our responsibility, we will follow all guidelines and offer prayers at home." There are 12,319 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Delhi. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases are 69,597 and 3720 deaths in India.
After actor Amitabh Bachchan and his son Abhishek Bachchan tested positive for the coronavirus, now the latter's wife and actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan have contracted COVID-19. However, Jaya Bachchan has tested negative for the virus. The information was revealed by Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Twitter.