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  • Number of corona patients reached 890 in Haryana
  • A total of 514 patients have been cured in the state so far

Dainik Bhaskar

May 17, 2020, 10:59 AM IST

Panipat. Lockdown is the 14th day of Phase-3 in Haryana. 14th due to corona in the state and sixth in Faridabad. The person who died was 45 years old. He was a resident of Bharat Colony of Faridabad. Faridabad Civil Surgeon Dr. Krishna Kumar has confirmed this. The deceased had a problem with sugar, as well as many other health issues. He was admitted to BK Hospital in Faridabad, referred to ESI's Kovid Hospital when the condition deteriorated. He died during treatment there. Along with this, three new cases have also come to Faridabad on Sunday. After this, the total number of patients has reached 890.

Corona has died in these districts of Haryana

The maximum number of deaths in Faridabad is 6, 3 in Panipat district, 2 in Ambala, 1-1 in Sonipat, Karnal and Rohtak due to Corona. All the patients who died had some disease, followed by corona and died.

Case filed for marrying under lockdown in Faridabad

Sector-8 police of Faridabad say that a woman living in Sector 10 Housing Board got married with a young man from Barahi Talab Old Faridabad on 7 May at Arya Samaj Mandir, Sector 65. No permission was taken from the authority for this. The priest Rakesh got these two married. The women reached the court seeking protection from Additional Sessions Judge Rajesh Garg after taking a certificate from the temple, but considered it a violation of lockdown from the court and the Sector 8 police registered a case against the woman, her husband and the temple pundit. Similarly, a girl from Yamuna Vihar, Delhi, married a young man from SGM Nagar in Arya Samaj Mandir Uncha village on May 14 and reached the court seeking protection.

A 14-year-old child was driving a hawker near the Ambala bus stand. He arrived here from Ludhiana along with the whole family. He was to travel to Fatehpur in UP, 900 km away.

107 Jamaatans who preach on tourist visa were sent to jail

The state government has started the process of action against the depositions in Haryana from several states including Nizamuddin Tablighi Markaz of Delhi. On a tourist visa, 107 depositors engaged in religious propaganda in the country have been sent to judicial custody. While the government has already seized their passports. They will be released after facing punishment and only then they will be able to go back to their country. Cases were filed against them in five districts of Gurgaon, Nuh, Palwal, Ambala and Panipat for visa violations. These foreigners came from countries like Sri Lanka, Indonesia, South Africa, Malaysia and Bangladesh etc. He took a visa to visit India. But here they were promoting their religion. Now they will be sent to their country after completing their sentence.

Haryana patients reach 890

  • So far in Haryana, 193 in Gurgaon, 147 in Faridabad, 134 in Sonipat, 90 in Jhajjar, 65 in Nuh, 42 in Ambala, 39 in Palwal, 36 in Panipat, 25 in Panchkula, 20 in Jind, 17 in Rewari. 9, 8-8 in Yamunanagar, Fatehabad and Rohtak, 7 in Sirsa, 6-6 in Bhiwani and Mahendragarh, 5 in Kaithal, 4-4 in Hisar and Charkhi Dadri, 3 in Kurukshetra. Apart from this, 14 Italian citizens were also admitted to Medanta Hospital Gurgaon, which Haryana has added to its list.

  • Now a total of 514 patients have been cured in the state. 90 in Gurgaon, 75 in Sonipat, 77 in Faridabad, 58 in Noonh, 40 in Ambala, Palwal 35, 28 in Jhajjar, 30 in Panipat, 20 in Panchkula, 10 in Jind, 8 in Yamunanagar, 9 in Karnal, 6 in Sirsa. , Yamunanagar, Bhiwani and Hisar 3-3, Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Rohtak 2-2, Charkhi Dadri, Fatehabad 1-1 Patients were sent home on recovery. 14 patients have also recovered from Italy.

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