Despite repeated attempts, Additional Chief Secretary (Forest and Environment), Rajiv Kumar Gupta who is in-charge of Ahmedabad city for Covid-19 operations, was unavailable for comment.
From school, Saini went on to pursue his MBBS and did internships before clearing the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination to become an IPS officer of Gujarat cadre in 2014.
The hospital’s request comes at a time when several private hospitals have refused to come on board to treat Covid patients or continue to negotiate with the AMC on the treatment charges.
Teams of Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) and Special Operation Group (SOG) of Rajkot city police picked up the couple hours after the night watchman at a jute-bag godown was found dead.
On Tuesday, Ibrahim Halepotra, the president of Akhil Kutch Sunni Muslim Hit Rakhsak Committee, wrote a letter to the district collector demanding police action against the accused and alleged inefficiency in policing.
The deceased, Ajay Valvai (22) who had also managed to escape, had accidentally jumped into a well, the police said.
The video of the incident surfaced on social media Wednesday, after which the police identified the accused and booked them. No arrests have been made so far.
The campaign, under the hashtag #StopTargetingGujarat, launched on Monday in English, Gujarati and Hindi by the BJP IT Cell has been widely circulated on social media platforms.
Speaking with The Indian Express, Raghuveer Chaudhary (82) said that Paruben was admitted to Apollo Hospital last week after her health deteriorated following urinary tract infection and other complications.
According to ACB officers, the accused were trapped while accepting a bribe to clear a truck seized for royalty in sand mining.
A combined team of Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) and Cyber Crime Cell arrested constable Dashrathsinh Parmar and his woman accomplice, Rupal, who were allegedly involved in extorting a city-based businessman.
According to the state government’s s civil application moved on Monday in response to the critical HC order of May 22, “...the rise in the number of Covid-19 cases has been substantially slow in the state as compared to the said countries,” despite the latter having superior medical facilities.
According to a notification by the Home department of the Gujarat government, Superintendent of Police (SP) in Mehsana, Manish Singh, was transferred and appointed to the vacant ex-cadre post of Commandant, State Reserve Police Force, Group 4, in Dahod.
Chavda, president of Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC), alleged that doctors at the civil hospital have clarified that Dhaman-1 ventilators, which were recently gifted by a Rajkot-based businessman to the hospital, were not actually ventilators.
With the lockdown in place, the community members have been unable to travel to Surat to arrange for the raw materials or even to go to other districts, mostly rural areas, where they sold their produce.
The train which started from Rajkot with 300-odd passengers, stopped at Ahmedabad to pick up over 270 migrants including those from Gandhinagar and Mehsana, 62 from Vadodara and 568 from Surat.
The circular issued by the school authorities to the parents said, “The planning of the second phase of online classes is quite methodical and serious in nature, we would like to establish formal classroom environment for academic and co-scholastic classes”.
The government has recommended “self-supervision of symptoms” for a period of 14 days for the passengers upon reaching their homes.
Two employees, one each from Intas Pharmaceuticals and Zydus Cadila tested positive for the virus, taking the number of positive cases to 170 in rural Ahmedabad, where 35 per cent of the infected are working in industrial clusters, according to officials.
This was following Gujarat High Court (HC) directions that require accused persons to be tested for Covid-19 before being presented before a magistrate.