Gwalior witnessed weekend lockdown on April 11 to contain the pandemic. People remained indoors, streets were deserted, and shops were closed. Due to surge in COVID-19 cases in Madhya Pradesh, administration imposed weekend lockdown. However, shops related to essential items are allowed to run.
Prison inmates at the Gwalior central jail in Madhya Pradesh received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on April 5. The inoculation drive was organised by jail and district authorities. Inmates were seen lining up to take the jab. Those aged 45 years and above are eligible for the vaccine in India. Madhya Pradesh saw over 3,100 new infections on April 4. Over 10 deaths were reported in a span of 24 hours. Watch the full video for more.
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A Covid-19 vaccination camp was organised for the inmates at Gwalior's Central Jail in Madhya Pradesh. The prisoners were given the first shot of Covid-19 vaccine during the camp. The vaccination drive took place within the jail premises in collaboration with the district administration. So far, 44 prisoners have been vaccinated against the COVID-19.
In a video that has gone viral, Madhya Pradesh police can be seen beating up the kin of a Covid-19 patient after a dispute with health workers. 2 personnel have been placed under suspension.
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Madhya Pradesh's Damoh is going to hold assembly by-election on April 17 and political parties are leaving no stones unturned to turn the voters of the district in their favour. Amid ongoing campaigns, a site left everyone shocked when state's Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary was seen addressing empty chairs during 'Mahila Sammelan'. Few chairs of the front row were filled while rest were empty and minister was busy explaining government's agenda for the upcoming years.
Police thrashed a COVID-19 patient and his family in a village in Madhya Pradesh's Khandwa after they allegedly attacked a team of health officials. On the complaint of the health officials, police reached the home of the COVID-19 patient and thrashed him and his family.
Adhering to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's exhortation, a 'tika utsav' or vaccination fest was launched across the country on April 11. It is scheduled to last till April 14, the birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar, one of modern India's founders. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reviewed the progress at Shakti Bhawan in Lucknow. In Madhya Pradesh's Indore, around 150 railways staff and their family members were inoculated. Watch the full video for more.
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The Special Cell of Delhi Police has busted an interstate illegal arms syndicate. The accused has been identified as Sanjay Kumar. Accused has been arrested and booked under the Arms Act. The police have also recovered 10 pistols along with 50 live cartridges from his possession. Secret information was received that one arm supplier would come near Indraprastha Park at Outer Ring to deliver the firearms. On this information, a trap was laid near Gate No 2, Indraprastha Park where Sanjay had arrived to deliver the firearms and ammunition to one of his contacts, following which the accused was nabbed by the police. During the interrogation, the accused disclosed that he has been supplying firearms in Delhi-NCR and adjoining states for the last four years.