Former Bihar Chief Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) President Lalu Prasad Yadav chaired a virtual meeting with party MLAs on May 9 and discussed the COVID situation in the state. He also asked his party's MLAs to visit their constituencies and assist the needy amid the pandemic.
Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan on May 09 informed Moil company will set up 350 (oxygen) bedded COVID care centre in the state at different locations, amid acute shortage across the country in wake of COVID second wave. "State govt and Centre govt are fighting together against COVID-19. Moil to set up 350 (oxygen) bedded COVID care centre in MP at different locations. They will also be providing us 350 oxygen concentrators and 50 ventilators," CM said to ANI.
Amid a severe wave of Covid-19 infections, several bodies were spotted floating in the Yamuna river in Uttar Pradesh. Locals in Hamirpur spotted the corpses and alerted the police. A local councillor claimed that amid Covid infections, people were fearful and not helping each other, so bodies were being dumped in the river. Police said that people in Kanpur were responsible. Watch the full video for more.
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Bigg Boss 13 contestant and Youtuber Hindustani Bhau was arrested by the Mumbai police at Shivaji Park on Saturday for leading a protest there to cancel the 12th board exams in Maharashtra. According to reports, Hindustani Bhau had used an ambulance to travel to the park to stage the protest in order to deceive the police since the vehicle is not stopped at any checkpoint.
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A leopard was spotted in Nashik's residential area on May 05. The CCTV had captured the leopard wandering around in school premises. Forest Officer said, "Leopard was spotted near Ambad PS around 1 am. A motorcyclist fell down while the leopard was crossing a path. It has gone into the forest area, residential area is safe now."
'Oxygen Express' with tankers of oxygen arrived in Nashik from Visakhapatnam on April 24. The railway has made green corridor for the movement of these special trains. The requirement of oxygen has increased in the country due to prevailing COVID situation.
Central Railway CPRO Shivaji M Sutar said that the movement at green corridor for oxygen tankers has been monitored by senior-most railway officials and by Union Minister of Railways, Piyush Goyal. "Oxygen Express will reach Nashik soon. The green corridor is created for the faster movement of these oxygen tankers and the monitoring of this movement being done at divisional level by DRMs, at zonal levels by General Managers and Railway Minister himself. So, railway transported essential commodities and kept the supply chain intact and will continue to serve the nation," said Central Railway CPRO Shivaji M Sutar.
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