Kejriwal said - no VIP category for covid-19 vaccine, Corona warriors and elders will get priority

Kejriwal said - no VIP category for covid-19 vaccine, Corona warriors and elders will get priority

New Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal  said on Friday that every person's life matters, so  there should be no VIP or non-VPIP category for vaccines to protect against covid 19 , but for it suffering from corona warriors, senior citizens and other diseases People should be given priority. The Chief Minister said that it is expected that the Central Government will formulate a plan for the delivery of vaccines, but he will give priority to "priority based" vaccination, which will be "technical rather than political in nature".

Kejriwal said at The Hindustan Times Leadership Summit (HTLS) 2020, "The whole world and Delhi government are eagerly waiting for the vaccine. It is expected that the Central Government will prepare the distribution plan." If they ask for suggestions from us… When it comes to vaccination of people, there should not be VIP or non-VIP categories. All are equal and life of all is important. '' 

Kejriwal said at the conference that despite the "severe third wave" of Corona virus infection in Delhi, the situation has not gone out of control as the city government tests under the 'Delhi model', detecting the infected, in isolation Sending etc. is working fast.


Elephant Ram became violent after the death of his companion Balaram, attacked two people

Elephant Ram became violent after the death of his companion Balaram, attacked two people

Mandla. Hathi Ram becomes violent after the death of his companion Balarama. He attacked two villagers in Mandla district last night. However both survived. Here, forest officials have stepped up efforts to rescue them by rescuing elephant Balaram when it becomes violent. His companion Ram has become uncontrollable after the death of elephant Balaram (20) from the current laid by poachers in Bargi Mohasa of Jabalpur forest division. He is very angry.

He attacked two villagers in the Bijadandi forest zone of Mandla on Sunday night. CCF Jabalpur HD Mehile says that Kanha and Pench director Mandla are trying to tranquilize them with the Forest Department team to rescue Ram who has become dangerous. Mandla DFO Kamal Arora says that the location of Ram Elephant was found in the Tikaria range on Monday. The forest department team led by Kanha National Park director SK Singh and Pench's Vikram Singh Parihar have reached the Tikaria range. Hathi Ram will be transported to Kanha National Park. Discussions are also going on with experts from Karnataka. 

The staff of Jabalpur Forest Department was engaged in finding the location of Ram elephant for the last three days, but did not get success. On Sunday, his foot mark was definitely found in the Maneri industrial area on Newas Road. From Maneri around seven o'clock on Sunday evening, he reached the Bijadandi Forest Range, which is 45 km from the Mohas of Bargi. Ram Hathi first entered the barn of Bhagat Singh Baiga (45), a resident of Bhaiswahi village in Bijadandi area. He attacked and injured Bhagat Singh with a tooth on his back. The villagers here made a noise when he ran towards the fields.

Bhagat Singh, a resident of Bijadandi admitted in Jabalpur Medical College, said that the elephant eating the paddy in the barn had gone away as a buffalo when he attacked him. At the same time, Rajkumar Yadav (55), a resident of Nagarar village, went to guard the farm. Ram Hathi angrily pushed him down with a trunk. According to Rajkumar Yadav, the elephant proceeded to trample them. He somehow saved his life by running away. The elephant also chased him far.