Door To Door Distribution Of Essential Food Items By Co-ordinator Of Kushwaha Relief Collection Gunananda Mahato
Coordinator Gunananda Mahato at the door to distribute food items With Mulnara saying, “If you can help, stay safe at home.” A team including Gunananda Mahato, coordinator of Kushwaha Relief Collection and Distribution Campaign, has distributed food items to poor and vulnerable families of Wada Nos. 1, 5 and 12 of Biratnagar today.
The locals are very happy to get food items like rice, pulses, salt and oil. Kushwaha Relief Collection Maha Abhiyan member and Maha Abhiyan Ram Narayan informed with hard work. Our great campaign continues. If the time of detention is extended, we will bring relief materials again. If you have any problem, stay calm. Inform us immediately. Maintain social distance.
According to Bablu Mehta, another member of Maha Abhiyan and Maha Abhiyan, we had distributed health items in the first phase and from today in the second phase.He said that food items have been provided in the campaign. Gunananda Mahato, coordinator of Kushwaha Relief Collection and Distribution Campaign, informed that all preparations have been made to distribute food items to the poor and needy families of all the wards of the metropolis.
Mangal Mahato, a senior member of Maha Abhiyan, requested all the supportive hands to come from their places and help to make Maha Abhiyan a success.
Gradual Unlock In Leh To Start From June 7 Amid Dip In New Covid Cases
Leh, Jun 6: Ladakh recorded 71 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 19,147, while another death pushed the toll to 195, officials said on Sunday, as the Union Territory announced a gradual unlocking here after a month-long ”corona curfew”.
The new fatality was reported from Leh on Saturday. The district has so far recorded 141 coronavirus-related deaths, while the pandemic toll stands at 54 in Kargil district, the officials said. Fifty-eight of the new cases were registered in Leh and the remaining 13 in Kargil, they said.
The number of active cases in the UT dropped to 1,170 – 986 in Leh and 184 in Kargil – as 254 Covid patients were discharged during the past 24 hours, the officials said. The COVID-19 recovery count stands at 17,782 in Ladakh, they added.
Meanwhile, Leh District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) Chairman Shrikant Suse issued new guidelines with certain relaxations to start gradual unlocking from June 7 till June 14. The decision was taken after extensive deliberation and a detailed assessment of the Covid situation in the district, an official spokesman said.
Sharing the roster to allow commercial activities covering almost all segments at the end of ”corona curfew”, Suse however said the public transport, private offices, salons, barber shops, beauty parlours, spas and gyms would continue to remain closed till further orders, while the relaxations would not be extended nor applicable in areas notified as containment zones. He said the weekend curfew and night curfew would remain in force in the district as earlier.
The district administration would allow development activities and construction work where labourers reside on the work site while following Covid SOPs, the officer said.
He said only home delivery service would be allowed for restaurants on weekdays, while the hotels would be allowed to operate dine-in services with a 30 per cent seating capacity for in-house guests. Speaking on non-essential vehicular movement, Suse said the district administration would begin an odd/even system with 50 per cent seating capacity.
Kargil DDMA chairman Santosh Sukhadeve also issued an order extending the ”corona curfew” in the district till 7 am on June 14. However, he said there would be no restrictions on the already allowed activities including developmental and construction works along with mining activities.
The order said agricultural activities including establishments dealing with agricultural inputs, implements and tools would be allowed with strict adherence of COVID-19 SOPs, while e-commerce and home delivery of essential goods and services, including food, would be allowed unhindered. It said all social, religious, political, cultural and sports gatherings would remain prohibited till further orders.
Sukhadeve also issued a roster for different types of shops to facilitate availability of various items to the people and detailed guidelines for the shopkeepers and load carriers carrying essential items.—(PTI)
JCB Seized For illegal Excavation Of Clay In Budgam Village, FIR Lodged
Budgam, June 06: The authorities in Khansahib area of Central Kashmir’s Budgam seized a JCB during night raid for illegal excavation of clay at Chananowpora locality of Khansahib.
An official told that during the night Patrolling, Tehsildar seized the JCB used for illegally extraction of clay and FIR has also been registered against those involved in it.
Tehsildar Khansahib said that the drive shall continue in the area as many complaints were being received.
He said that a case under relevant sections of law stands registered at Police Station Khansahib and further investigation was going on—kno
Police Complaint Lodged After Some Locals Disrupt Implementation Of Divisional Administration Order
Srinagar, Jun 06: Authorities in the Revenue department in Srinagar have lodged a police complaint after some locals tried to disrupt the implementation of orders issued by the divisional administration Kashmir.
According to the news agency Tehsildar South, Moin Kakroo informed that the officials of the department today went to Court Road here to implement the orders of divisional administration.
“However, some locals tried to disrupt the work and also attacked the on-duty officers,” he said, adding that a police complaint has been registered in this regard and action will be taken against the persons involved in the act—kno
India Reports 1.14 Lakh Fresh COVID-19 Cases, 2677 Deaths, Tally At 2.88 Cr
New Delhi, June 6: India reported 1,14,460 new coronavirus infections, the lowest in 60 days, while the daily positivity rate further dropped to 5.62 per cent, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Sunday. With the fresh cases, the total tally of coronavirus cases in the country climbed to 2,88,09,339.
The COVID-19 death toll climbed to 3,46,759 with 2,677 daily deaths, the lowest after around 42 days, while the active cases dropped below 15 lakh, the data updated at 8 am showed. A total of 96,982 new cases were recorded in a span of 24 hours on April 6.
Also, 20,36,311 tests were conducted on Saturday taking the total cumulative tests conducted so far for detection of COVID-19 in the country to 36,47,46,522, while the daily positivity has further declined to 5.62 per cent. It has been less than 10 per cent for 13 consecutive days, the ministry said. The weekly positivity rate has declined to 6.54 per cent.
The active cases have reduced to 14,77,799 comprising 5.13 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has improved to 93.67 per cent. net decline of 77,449 cases has been recorded in the COVID-19 caseload in a span of 24 hours.
Recoveries continue to outnumber daily new cases for 24 consecutive days.The number of people who have recuperated from the disease surged to 2,69,84,781, while the case fatality rate stands at 1.20 per cent, the data stated.
India”s COVID-19 tally had crossed the 20-lakh mark on August 7, 30 lakh on August 23, 40 lakh on September 5 and 50 lakh on September 16. It went past 60 lakh on September 28, 70 lakh on October 11, crossed 80 lakh on October 29, 90 lakh on November 20 and surpassed the one-crore mark on December 19. India crossed the grim milestone of 2 crore on May 4.
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