New Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the Delhi government is ready to deal with the new variant of Corona, Omicron in Delhi. With this, he said, ‘Though it is said that it spreads faster than the previous one, but people need not panic. The CM said that another wave of infection is unlikely to hit Delhi, as according to the sero survey conducted by the Delhi government, antibodies were found in 96 per cent of the state’s population and most of them were vaccinated.
“I have been holding meetings for the past few days and I want to assure the people that our government is ready to deal with Omicron,” Kejriwal said at the Christmas and New Year program organized by the Speaker of the Delhi Assembly in the assembly premises.
The Chief Minister said that the government learned a lesson during the April wave and worked on its shortcomings. He said, ‘In April this year, the wave of Kovid in Delhi took many lives. We took help from everyone and together brought it under control. We pray to God that there is no next wave but if it comes, we will control it.
Let us inform that so far 22 cases of Omicron have been reported in Delhi. However, till now 10 patients have been discharged after treatment. All these patients are admitted in Delhi’s LNJP Hospital.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai on Saturday said that separate teams for night patrolling have been formed in 11 districts of the national capital to monitor the compliance of pollution control norms for construction related activities. He said that his department has received applications from several agencies for the resumption of construction and demolition activities in Delhi. He said that the Transport Department has also received applications for operation of trucks. Rai said, “Only after approval by the Air Quality Management Commission (CAQM), resumption of activities in a phased manner will be considered.”
Schools for classes 6 to 12 have opened in Delhi from December 18. At the same time, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has given a big statement regarding primary schools. He said that the schools of classes 1 to 5 will be opened further after taking a decision according to the circumstances. Some relaxation has been given in the construction works, with national importance, construction works of railway, metro, airport and hospital have been started.
Doctors of three central government-run hospitals in the national capital on Saturday boycotted all services, including emergency services, for the second consecutive day against the delay in counseling for NEET-PG 2021, which affected the treatment of patients. The boycott of services was done as part of FORDA’s call to protest across the country. Resident doctors of Ram Manohar Lohia, Safdarjung and Lady Hardinge Hospitals went on strike on Friday accusing the government of making “fake promises”. There is a ‘huge shortage’ of resident doctors in the country and admission to the NEET postgraduate course (NEET-PG 2021) has been delayed by eight months.
86 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Delhi on Saturday, which is the highest number in a single day in more than five months. With this, the infection rate was 0.13 percent. No new case of death due to corona infection was reported. According to the Health Department, the total number of cases of corona virus infection in Delhi has increased to 14,42,090. More than 14.16 lakh people have recovered from the infection. At the same time, the total number of dead is 25,100.
Amid rising cases of Omicron in the national capital, the Delhi government has directed three private hospitals to set up separate units for patients coming from “at-risk” countries. The authorities had on December 1 directed Max Smart Super Specialty Hospital, Saket to set up separate units for COVID positive international passengers. Batra Hospital and Research Centre, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, Fortis Super Specialty Hospital, Vasant Kunj and Sir Ganga Ram City Hospital to strengthen institutional isolation facility for COVID positive international travelers in the private sector, in a related order issued earlier this week. have been directed to set up separate units.
An application in the Delhi High Court has been requested to direct the Center and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to formulate a policy to issue Rs 50 coins, so that the visually impaired citizens in the country can also get equal opportunities and ease of doing business. Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh have fixed February 25, 2022 for hearing on this application. Filing the application in the pending petition, advocate Rohit Dandriyal requested the court to direct the authorities to withdraw the new currency of Rs 50 as the barbarians were facing difficulty in identifying them due to its size and tactile marks. have to do. “The respondent (government and RBI) has launched several schemes for the benefit of the visually impaired and issued coins of Rs 1,2, 5, 10 and Rs 20,” the application said. At the same time, notes of denominations of 1,2,5,10,20,100,200,500 and 2000 rupees in paper currency are visually impaired. While this is not the case in Rs 50 notes and people of this class are unable to differentiate between Rs 100 and Rs 500, coins of this denomination are also not available.
Electricity company TPDDL will organize Lok Adalat today i.e. on Sunday for the settlement of cases related to electricity theft and meter tampering. A company spokesperson said that Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, in association with Delhi State Legal Services Authority, will organize the session at the Permanent Lok Adalat at Mata Sundari Gali near Bal Bhavan and at the company’s EAC office in Rohini Sector-3. The litigants will have to register for the Lok Adalat in advance. He said that this session will provide an opportunity to the consumers or litigants residing in North and North-West Delhi to reach an amicable and immediate settlement.
A scientist of the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has been arrested in Delhi’s Rohini court earlier this month for allegedly placing an IED in a tiffin intended to kill his neighbour. Significantly, on December 9, one person was injured in an explosion inside court room number 102. Delhi Police said that the accused Bharat Bhushan Kataria (47) was arrested on Friday. Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana said that Kataria, a senior scientist in DRDO, entered the court at 9.33 am with two bags on the day of the incident and left one bag in court room number 102. After this he left the court premises at 10.35 am. Police said Kataria had kept the explosives inside a tiffin in the court room as he wanted to kill his neighbour, who is a lawyer.
Due to the increasing cold in the capital Delhi, the number of people in the night shelter of Kashmere Gate is increasing. In this regard, the care taker of the night shelter told that we give them food for two times, people keep coming here everyday. We give all the things used in winter to the people here.
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