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Record 26,000 Covid patients cured as Maharashtra tally crosses 12 lakh

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Maharashtra’s Covid-19 tally on Sunday crossed 12 lakh even as a record 26,408 patients were fully cured and returned home, including a 106-year-old great-grandmother, state Health Minister Rajesh Tope said here.

The state recorded 20,598 new cases – lower than the highest tally of 24,886 – and pushed the total from 11,88,015 to 12,08,642 cases till date.

Adding a staggering 455 more fatalities – down from the peak of 515 – the death toll increased from 32,216 to 32,671 now.

The state recovery rate improved for the third consecutive day – from 72.22 per cent to 73.17 per cent – while the current mortality rate stood at 2.07 per cent on Sunday.

Against this, the highest ever 26,408 fully recovered patients returned home – higher than 20,598, the number of fresh cases added during the day.

This has taken the total number of discharged patients from 857,933 to 884,341 till date – much higher than the 291,238 active cases currently in the state.

As per the figures on Sunday, there was one death roughly every 3.16 minutes and a whopping 858 new cases added every hour to the state tally.

In a heartwarming development, a 106-year old great-grandmother Anandibai Patil successfully vanquished Covid-19 on Sunday and flashed a semi-toothless grin holding her ‘Discharge Card’ this afternoon.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Tope, Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray, and others hailed her victory over the virus as she was wheeled out of Savlaram Hospital in Dombivali town of Thane.

Of the 455 toll, Pune led the state with 76 fatalities, plus 54 in Nagpur, 44 in Mumbai, 43 in Thane, 22 in Ratnagiri, 21 each in Dhule and Aurangabad, 18 in Latur, 17 in Osmanabad, 16 each in Ahmednagar and Sangli, 14 in Satara, 13 in Nashik, 12 in Jalgaon, 11 in Kolhapur – in the higher bracket.

There were 9 deaths in Bhandara, 8 in Raigad, 6 each in Solapur and Beed, 5 in Amravati, 4 in Palghar, 3 each in Nanded and Gadchiroli, 2 each in Parbhani and Chandrapur, 1 each in Jalna, Hingoli, Akola, Yavatmal, Buldhana, Washim, Wardha and Gondia, besides 1 from outside the state or a foreigner – in the lower bracket.

Returning to the sub-50 range after three days, Mumbai recorded 44 deaths – and the toll increased from 8,425 to 8,469 while the number of corona cases shot up by 2,209 and jumped from 182,203 to 184,439 now.

Of the total 8 circles, the situation in Mumbai circle (MMR – comprising Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad) remains alarming as deaths spiral and cases pile up, with the fatalities shooting up by 99 – from 14,681 a day earlier to 14,780 and with another spike of 5,209 new infectees, the total cases shot up from 429,964 the previous day to 435,201 now.

Pune district Covid cases touched 261,135 till date with the fatalities increasing from 5,188 a day earlier to 5,264 now.

Thane district on the third spot (after Pune and Mumbai) witnessed 170,669 cases and the death toll increased from 4,486 the previous day to 4,529 now.

With another 96 fatalities, the Pune circle’s (comprising Pune, Solapur and Satara districts) death toll increased from 6,949 to 7,045 and the daily case tally zoomed up by another 5,193 – from 317,434 a day earlier to 322,627 cases now.

Nashik circle recorded 3,261 fatalities and 158,031 cases, followed by Kolhapur circle’s 2,330 deaths and 79,650 cases, and Nagpur circle recorded 1,908 deaths and 84,687 cases.

Latur circle recorded 1,286 deaths and 47,110 cases, Aurangabad circle had 1,213 fatalities and 46,336 cases, followed by Akola circle with 734 deaths and 33,730 cases.

Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home quarantine again increased sharply – from 18,01,180 to 18,49,217 now – while the number of those in institutional quarantine went down significantly from 39,831 to 35,644 on Sunday.

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Illegal Shops were running in City Centre Mall, Light Metre is Provided by BMC and BEST Instead of Filing a Case

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City Centre is famous for Cheap Mobiles. There is a selling of cheap Mobiles and Mobile Accessories without Tax and of Cheap Rate. Illegal Methods were used to run this Mall. Various Shops were made with illegal method. So after, Instead of complaining about this illegal shops BMC and BEST provided them a Light Metre. Question raised for that is, BEST is not getting bribe from the owners of the City Center Mall.

There is 3 Floors in City Centre Mall, In that, 1 Floor contains of 1000-1200 shops, Which was made illegally. Partition was made between whose Shops and divided One Shop into 2-3 Shops. Even after illegally made shops, The owners of the shop used to rent whose shops from 40 to 45 Thousands. If they were renting those Shops 40 to 45 Thousands, Then the mall Suppose to earn a Crores of money from this illegal Shops.

For the Tax Evasion, They were Importing the Duplicate Accessories of Mobiles from Nepal and Other Countries. Loading of those Accessories were worked for whole night. Lakhs of Tempos, Trucks, and Carts of Smuggled Goods were stored in Warehouse.

There is a Big Warehouse made in City Centre Mall. From where it was sent to many parts of the Countries such as Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, UP. Government and Mobile Companies, Both bear a loss of more than 100 Crores per month.

If City Centre Mall was running with Illegal Methods than Why BMC and BEST were Providing Light Metre to whose Illegal Shops? If Instead of filing a case on the Mall, they were providing a Light Metre then it is clear that, BEST and BMC were Bribe from the Owners of the Mall.

In 2018, The shop Owners of City Center Mall were sent a notice for non-payment of tax of the balance amount of more than Rs 2 Crores.

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577 new Covid cases take total tally past 91K in Jammu and Kashmir

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With 577 new Covid-19 cases on Saturday, the total tally in Jammu and Kashmir crossed 91,000 mark.

A statement issued by the information and public relations department said that with 577 people tested positive on Saturday, the total number of Covid-19 cases jumped to 91,329 of which 82,219 have recovered completely.

Out of 577 new cases, 213 were reported from Jammu division and 364 from Kashmir division.

733 patients were discharged from different hospitals on Saturday after recovery.

The death toll in the Union Territory reached 1,430 with six more patients succumbing to virus.

The number of active cases in the Union Territory are 7,680 out of which 2,447 are from Jammu division and 5,233 are from Kashmir division.

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Quadcopter shot down by Army near LoC in Jammu and Kashmir

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The Army shot down a quadcopter near the Line of Control (LoC) in the Keran Sector in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, official sources said.

“A quadcopter (DJI Mavic 2 Pro model) was shot down this morning by the Indian Army on the LoC in Kupwara district,” an Army statement said.

It is not the first time a quadcopter has been shot along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir.

In June, a Pakistani drone was shot down by the BSF in Hiranagar Sector on the International Border in Jammu. Arms and ammunition, including one M-4 US rifle, were seized.

Last month, a consignment of weapons was dropped from a drone for terror outfits in the Rajouri Sector. Three terrorists were arrested by the security forces when they went to Rajouri to receive the consignment of weapons.

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