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Maharashtra COVID-19 tally reaches 193, 6 dead

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The number of COVID-19 positive cases rose to 193 in Maharashtra, besides six dead so far, here on Sunday.

The positive cases include five new cases in Pune, four in Mumbai besides one each in Nagpur, Sangli and Jalgaon, who are undergoing treatment in different hospitals.

Among the positive cases under treatment till date, the condition of at least five has been described as ‘critical’.

Besides, the death toll of COVID-19 patients stands at 6, including a senior Mumbai medico who died while undergoing treatment at a private hospital, on Thursday night. His medical reports came positive on Saturday, health authorities said.

So far all the deaths are from Mumbai alone.

Against the backdrop of the rising number of positive cases in Mumbai and the state in the past three days, a worried Maharashtra government has written to the Army, requesting it to remain on standby for rendering ‘any medical emergency’ assistance if required.

Besides Mumbai with the highest 77 cases, the other badly affected districts include Pune 37, Sangli 25, Nagpur 12, Kalyan-Dombivali seven, Navi Mumbai six, Thane five, Yavatmal and Vasai-Virar four each, Ahmednagar three, Satara and Raigad two each.

There is one patient each also in Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Ulhasnagar, Aurangabad, Palghar, Kolhapur, Gondia, and Jalgaon, besides one from Gujarat.

The Maharashtra government has again appealed to the people to remain indoors and avoid overcrowding in public places for buying essentials even as all shops in urban centres are permitted to remain open 24×7.

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Covid: Maharashtra toll crosses 36,000, Mumbai region records 149 new deaths

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After a steep drop on Monday, Maharashtra Covid-19 deaths and cases shot up again with the state toll shooting past 36K and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region reporting a staggering 149 deaths while over 1.5 lakh people were shunted to home quarantine, health officials said here on Tuesday.

The state witnessed 430 deaths on Tuesday, lower than the top peak of 515 , and the death toll zoomed past the 36,000- mark, from 35,751 to 36,181 now.

The state recorded 14,976, though lesser than the peak tally of 24,886 – pushing up the state total from 13,51,153 to 13,66,129 cases till date.

In a relief, the state recovery rate also shot up – from 77.71 per cent to 78.26 per cent – while the current mortality (death) rate stood at 2.65 per cent on Tuesday.

Against this, 19,212 fully recovered patients returned home taking up the total number of discharged patients from 10,49,947 to 10,69,159 till date – much higher than the 260,363 active cases currently in the state.

As per the figures on Tuesday, there was one death roughly every 3.34 minutes and 624 new cases added every hour to the state tally.

Of the 430 deaths, Mumbai and Nagpur led the state with 49 fatalities each, 46 in Thane, 44 in Pune, 42 in Raigad, 25 in Sangli, 23 in Yavatmal, 14 in Nashik, 12 each in Palghar and Latur, 11 each in Ahmednagar and Osmanabad – in the higher bracket.

There were 9 fatalities each in Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Sindhudurg and Wardha, 8 in Beed, 7 in Amravati, 6 each in Solapur and Ratnagiri, 5 in Nanded, 4 each in Satara, Akola and Bhandara, 3 in Chandrapur, 2 in Aurangabad, 1 each in Nandurbar, Buldhana and Washim, besides 4 from other states/foreigners – in the lower bracket. Six districts reported zero deaths.

Continuing in the sub-50 range for the fourth day this month, Mumbai recorded 49 fatalities which took up the toll fromA 8,834 to 8,883, while the number of corona cases shot up by 1,713 and the city total shot up from A200,901 to 202,614 now.

Of the total 8 Circles, the situation in Mumbai circle (MMR – comprising Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad) remains on the edge as deaths spiral and cases pile up.

The MMR fatalities shot up by a stupendous 149 – from 15,533 to 15,682 and with another spike of 3,648 new infectees, the total cases shot up from 471,712 the previous day to 475,360 now.

With another of 54 fatalities, the Pune circle’s (comprising Pune, Solapur and Satara districts) death toll increased from 7,725 to7,779 and the daily case tally zoomed up by 3,423 – from 358,375 a day earlier to 361,798 cases now.

Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home-quarantine increased the highest ever by 159,573 – from 19,75,923 to 21,35,496 now – while the number of those in institutional quarantine went up from 29,922 to 29,947 on Tuesday.

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Major rejig at senior level in Delhi Police

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The Delhi Police have undergone a major reshuffle with at least 26 officers getting transferred.

According to a new order from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Anand Mohan (1994 batch IPS officer) has been transferred to Puducherry from Delhi, while S.S. Yadav (1997 batch IPS officer) has been transferred from Puducherry to Delhi.

Shibesh Singh (2005 batch IPS officer) has been transferred from Lakshadweep to Delhi while Sharat Kumar Sinha (2008 batch IPS officer) has been moved from Delhi to Lakshadweep.

Asif Mohd Ali (2009 batch) has been transferred to Arunachal Pradesh from Delhi while Shweta Chauhan (2010 batch) has been transferred to Delhi from Arunachal Pradesh.

Usha Rangnani (2011 batch) has been transferred to Delhi from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, while Sanjay Kumar Sain (2011 batch) has been moved to Delhi from Arunachal Pradesh.

Sanjay Bhatia, who was posted as DCP Central Delhi, has been transferred to Arunachal Pradesh.

Pranav Tayal (2011 batch) and Guriqbal Singh (2012 batch) have been transferred to Delhi from Arunachal Pradesh.

Devesh Kumar Mahla (2012 batch) has been transferred from Mizoram to Delhi while Deotosh Kumar has been transferred from New Delhi to Mizoram.

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Delhi’s killer cop surrenders after shooting GF, murdering father-in-law

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Two days after killing his father-in-law in Haryana’s Rohtak and shooting his female friend in Delhi, the 35-year-old Sub-Inspector of Delhi Police Sandeep Dahiya surrendered before the police on Tuesday.

Before his surrender in the North district of Delhi, he also wrote a WhatsApp note in which he elaborated on the reasons why he shot dead his father-in-law and fired shots at his girlfriend in Delhi. He has been taken into custody and interrogation is on.

Delhi Police Sub-Inspector Sandeep Dahiya fled after shooting and injuring his girlfriend following a quarrel in Delhi. Later, he shot dead his father-in-law in Rohtak on Monday morning.

He was on the run with his service revolver that he used to shoot the two people.

The 36-year-old policeman’s wife and he have been estranged for many years and the two had been living separately.

Dahiya was in a relationship with another woman for the past one year whom he reportedly shot during a quarrel and left by the roadside on the GT Karnal Road in north Delhi’s Alipur area on Sunday.

According to the police, Dahiya shot the woman when the two of them were fighting inside his car. The injured woman was then rescued by another Sub-Inspector Jaiveer who reportedly spotted her while crossing the Sai Mandir on the GT Karnal road.

According to police, Sandeep Dahiya joined Delhi Police in 2006 as constable and after passing the exam, he became Sub-Inspector in 2010. He is a permanent resident of Village Sisana, District Sonipat, Haryana. At present, he was residing at a government allotted accommodation in the Shalimar Bagh Police Colony. He also has a matrimonial dispute with his wife. A case u/s 498 A IPC was also registered against him in Rohtak.

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