Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News September 22 Highlights: Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Govind M Karjol Tuesday tested positive for coronavirus. The BJP leader had attended the ongoing legislative session at Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru.
“Even though I am asymptomatic, I have been admitted to a hospital on the advice of doctors. I urge all those who have come in contact with me to get tested for #coronavirus and to take necessary precautions,” Karjol confirmed in a tweet.
Meanwhile, the Bengaluru City police on Monday night arrested one person from Kerala in connection with the 2008 Bengaluru Serial blast case.
According to police, the arrested is identified Shoab and has been absconding since 2008. Two officials from the Anti-Terrorist Cell (ATC) of Bengaluru City police went to Kerala to arrest him.
Sandeep Patil, Joint Commissioner of Police, Crime, said, “Bengaluru city ATC with the assistance of central agencies have detained one accused Shoab, absconding since 2008 in connection with the 2008 Bengaluru Serial blast case. A Red Corner Notice was issued against him and he has been detained in Kerala and being brought to the city.”