Indian Air Chief Marshal arrives in Bangladesh before PM Modi's visit, to meet army chiefs

Indian Air Chief Marshal arrives in Bangladesh before PM Modi's visit, to meet army chiefs

Indian Air Force Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria arrived here on a three-day visit at the invitation of Air Chief Marshal Masihuzzaman Sarniabat, Chief of the Air Force of Bangladesh (BAF). The visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 26 and 27 March to celebrate the independence of Bangladesh The 50th year precedes a planned visit to Bangladesh to engage in 50 years of diplomatic relations between India and Bangladesh.

The Indian Air Force Chief is accompanied by a two-member delegation. The Chief of the Indian Air Force said that the press release of the High Commission of India said here that the Chief of the Indian Air Force will pay courtesy to the Air Force and the Chief of the Army of Bangladesh.

Will pay courtesy to Army Chief

The Indian Air Force Chief, who arrived here on Monday afternoon, will pay tribute to the father of the nation, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, during a visit to the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum in Dhanmondi. He will also pay tribute to the members of the Bangladesh Armed Forces, who made the supreme sacrifice during the liberation struggle in 1971. He will garland the Shikha Anirban altar in Dhaka Cantonment.

The Chief of the Indian Air Force will pay courtesy call to the Air Force and Army Chief of Bangladesh and will meet other senior officers of the BAF. Bhadoria will also visit major BAF airports across the country during his stay here.

The statement said that it is a matter of pride for the Chiefs of the Indian Armed Forces and Air Force as they are alumni of 18th Air Staff Course at Defense Services Command and Staff College (DSCSC) in Bhadoria, Mirpur, Dhaka. It said that the Indian Air Force chief will also be inducted into the 'Mirpur Hall of Fame' in DSCAC with this visit. The Indian Mission of Dhaka said that the visit would further strengthen the existing close ties between the armed forces of the two countries.

Corona: 220 new cases of COVID-19 inside Delhi in last 24 hours, highest in February

Corona: 220 new cases of COVID-19 inside Delhi in last 24 hours, highest in February

In the national capital, there has been a sharp decline in corona cases in the past, while now the corona cases have seen a rise again in the capital. In the last 24 hours in Delhi, Coronavirus investigation report revealed 220 new cases, taking the number of cases here to 6,38,593. At the same time, 188 patients have recovered from the virus, due to which the number of people recovering from coronavirus in the capital has increased to 6,26,519. This is the highest recorded number of Kovid cases so far in February.

So far, the death toll from the virus has increased to 10,905. The infection rate in the national capital, which was 0.25 percent for a few weeks, has now increased to 0.34 percent. Within the last 24 hours in the capital Delhi, there has been a slight increase in the case of coronavirus. However, due to the increase in the number of tests, the positivity rate has come down. At the same time, there was no death from Corona in the last 24 hours.

This was the fourth time in February when there was no death from Corona within 24 hours. Coronavirus recovery rate in Delhi is 98.1%. Right now, 0.18% per cent are active patients, while the death rate has been increased to 1.71%. Delhi's positivity rate is 0.34%. So far, 6,38,593 total cases of coronavirus have been reported in Delhi. In the last 24 hours, 188 patients also recovered. A total of 6,26,519 patients have been cured so far.

So many samples were investigated in one day

A total of 10,905 people have died in Delhi due to coronavirus. There are 1169 active cases of Kovid-19. There have been 63,998 tests in the last 24 hours. A total of 1,21,92,675 tests have been done so far. More than 15 thousand cases have been reported in the country after one month. The Union Health Ministry gave this information on Thursday. According to the data released by the ministry at 8 am on Thursday, 138 more patients died from the virus in the last 24 hours, taking the number to 1,56,705.

Earlier, on January 29, 249 corona patients were found. In the last one day, of the 56168 samples examined, 0.36 percent patients were found infected. Apart from these, 115 corona patients were discharged.

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