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PM Modi’s niece robbed of cash and phones

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New Delhi: Despite various claims by the Delhi police, snatchers robbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s niece on Saturday. The incident was reported in the Civil Lines area of North Delhi. The criminals snatched two mobile phones and Rs 56,000 from her when she was travelling in an auto-rickshaw.

The Delhi police top brass went into a tizzy after a call was made to the police control room (PCR) about the shocking incident.

The spot where she was attacked by the criminals is just a few kilometres away from the residences of lieutenant-governor Anil Baijal and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

The victim, 40-year-old Damayanti Ben Modi, daughter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother, returned to Delhi from Amritsar on Saturday morning. She had booked a room at Gujarati Samaj Bhavan in Civil Lines area. When she reached the gates of the hotel, two bike-borne miscreants snatched her purse and fled from the spot.

On Saturday, Damayanti Ben Modi filed a case of snatching with a police station in Civil Lines area in New Delhi.She said that she was carrying around Rs. 56,000 in cash, two mobile phones and important documents in her wallet.

Taking cognisance into the matter, DCP (North) Monika Bhardwaj mentioned, “A case of snatching has been filed. We are analysing the CCTV footage from the railway station to Civil Lines. The investigation is underway and we will soon arrest the accused.”

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Link medical facilities with virtual ICUs: Yogi

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UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to start the process to link medical institutes with virtual ICUs by using technology in such a way that the serious patients may get treatment from experienced doctors.

He also asked the officials to keep ventilators/high flow nasal cannula (HFNC) functional in all districts.

At a meeting of Team 11, the Chief Minister has directed officials to adopt an effective strategy to control spread of Coronavirus in districts where 100 or more positive cases are being found every day for the last one week.

He asked the Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretaries of Home (health and medical education) along with medical experts to hold a detailed discussion to finalise the action plan in this regard.

The Chief Minister reiterated that nodal officers be nominated in these districts with deployment of special secretary-rank officers with each of nodal officer.

Yogi also asked officials to maximise contact tracing for effective control on Corona infection. He asked them to target high risk groups and put them to tests.

He stressed on taking up enforcement exercise to check observance of social distancing and use of masks by people.

“Create micro-containment zones as and where required. Public address systems should be functional all the time to spread awareness about protection from Corona virus and the prevailing traffic rules,” he said.

He said one-third of the total Covid tests per day should be conducted through RT-PCR and the rest by rapid antigen method.

He further directed officials to increase the number of beds in Covid Level-2 and Level-3 hospitals.

The Chief Minister said that the people should be sensitized about protection from Covid-19 in view of coming festivals. He said the festivals had to be celebrated at home and no public functions should be organised and all the norms of social distancing and use of masks should be followed strictly.

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