BHOPAL: After being tested positive for Covid-19, Congress leader PC Sharma on Saturday appealed to people who came in his contact to get tested for the virus and also quarantine themselves. "My corona report has come positive. I am getting admitted to the hospital. People who came in contact with me may please test for Covid-19," Sharma tweeted. In a self-made video, the Congress leader informed that he is healthy and undergoing medical treatment at Chirayu Hospital. "I have tested positive for Covid-19. I am healthy for now and undergoing medical treatment at Chirayu Hospital. I appeal to all who met me to get tested and quarantine themselves," he said. Earlier on July 23, PC Sharma had alleged that coronavirus
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who tested positive for coronavirus, on Tuesday chaired the first virtual cabinet meeting from hospital and said if the infection is detected early, then it is not incurable and is like any other cold, cough and fever. Sharing his experience with his ministerial colleagues while chairing the cabinet meet from hospital through video conferencing, Chouhan said there is no need to panic about coronavirus and it can be controlled by remaining alert. "If it is detected soon, then it is not an incurable disease and is like cold, cough and fever only. The infection becomes dreaded only when it reaches the lungs of the affected person, the 61-year-old BJP leader said. He
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called him to inquire about his health. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji called yesterday (Sunday) to inquire about my health. I could not talk to him as I was doing meditation and yoga. After some time, he again called. He asked about my health and advised me to take precautions," Chouhan tweeted. मेरे स्वास्थ्य की जानकारी लेने हेतु कल प्रधानमंत्री श्री @narendramodi जी का फोन आया था। स्नान-ध्यान-योग के कारण उन… https://t.co/5jKDIbFpdW— Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) 1595835667000Chouhan also said Prime Minister Modi has advised him to take all precautions against Covid-19. Chouhan is currently admitted in Chirayu Hospital. He tested Covid-19 positive on Saturday.
LUCKNOW: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Thursday demanded strict action from the government in the Guna incident in which a Dalit couple consumed poison after they were allegedly manhandled by the police during an anti-encroachment drive. "It is very cruel and shameful that in Madhya Pradesh's Guna, police and administration in the name of an anti-encroachment drive with JCB machine destroyed the crop of a Dalit couple which they have grown by taking a loan and also to make them so helpless that they tried to commit suicide. The nationwide condemnation of this incident is natural. The government should take strict action," Mayawati tweeted (roughly translated from Hindi). 2. एक तरफ बीजेपी व इनकी सरकार दलितों को बसाने
BHOPAL: Obstacles cannot stop a person from realising dreams if one has the determination, and this has been proved by 24-year-old Anchal Gangwal, a tea seller's daughter who recently joined the Indian Air Force as Flying Officer. She was commissioned into the Indian Air Force (IAF) a few days back, but it was not an easy journey for her as sometimes her father did not even have the money to pay for her education fees. "Her commissioning was a proud moment for our family, but we could not make it (to the Air Force Academy at Dundigal) to see her due to the coronavirus-induced restrictions," her father Suresh Gangwal, who works as a tea seller at a bus stand in Neemuch district,