Kunal Ghosh fell ill during the interrogation of Tripura Police, Abhishek Banerjee will go to Agartala tomorrow, Biplab Dev Sarkar banned the procession

Kunal Ghosh fell ill during the interrogation of Tripura Police, Abhishek Banerjee will go to Agartala tomorrow, Biplab Dev Sarkar banned the procession

After the victory in the West Bengal Assembly Election, TMC has now shifted its focus to Tripura . Was TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee ( Abhishek Banerjee are) to Tripura. Before that, the Biplab Dev government of the BJP of Tripura has banned the rally till November 4. Tripura government has imposed section 144. Please inform that Abhishek Banerjee has announced to take out the rally on 22 September, but now it has been banned. Meanwhile, interrogation of Agartala police TMC leader Kunal Ghosh ( TMC Leader Kunal Ghosh ) fell ill.

Let us inform that tomorrow Abhishek Banerjee has announced to take out a procession in Agartala. He will hold a press conference in Agartala tomorrow itself. Since now the Tripura government has banned the procession. Whether TMC takes out procession there or not. This has not been disclosed yet, but if the TMC takes out a procession, there is a possibility of a confrontation with the government.

TMC leader Kunal Ghosh unwell

Meanwhile, Kunal Ghosh was questioned by the police in Agartala. During interrogation, Kunal Ghosh has become unwell. He was taken to ILS Hospital. It is learned that Kunal Ghosh had fallen ill due to sugar level and high blood pressure. At present his physical condition is stable. On the other hand, TMC MP Sukhendu Shekhar Roy said that the whole matter has been done under the scheme. Permission was already being sought for Abhishek's program, but the government has deliberately banned it. After the TMC went to the High Court, the government there has issued Section 144. All this is being done to stop Abhishek. Sukhendu Shekhar Roy took a dig at the new BJP President Sukanta Majumdar and said that 'Khela hobe' is our slogan, now anyone can play if they want. There will be games, there will be games everywhere. The BJP government is scared of Royal Bengal and the government there is not allowing TMC to hold a rally.

Tripura government imposed section 144 till November 4

Let us inform that in view of the corona epidemic, the Tripura government has announced a new situation. There will be no procession or meeting in the state. Meetings and processions have been banned in the state till November 4. The decisions of the government will be applicable to all. An appeal was made to the High Court in this regard, but the High Court refused to intervene. The state government has informed the High Court about the decision in the Kovid situation before the festive season.

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Covid-19: UNICEF India congratulated the Government of India for giving 100 crore doses, said- health workers working round the clock

Covid-19: UNICEF India congratulated the Government of India for giving 100 crore doses, said- health workers working round the clock

India has achieved the historic target of 100 crore vaccinations while creating history in the war against the corona virus. On this occasion, UNICEF India also congratulated the Government of India on achieving a big target of delivering 100 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccines. He said that we welcome the progress made by India in recent months to accelerate vaccination.

UNICEF India said, “Given the logistical complexity of delivering 100 doses in less than a year in a country as vast and diverse as India, this is a tremendous achievement. As Indian households recently recover from the devastating COVID-19 wave, there is a hope for people to achieve this milestone.

The organization said that in the last few months, we have seen health workers working round the clock to accelerate vaccination coverage in every part of the country. Many traveled to difficult areas to get people vaccinated. We salute the commitment and hard work of each of these healthcare workers. Without them, and without the dedication of scientists, doctors, makers, policy makers and health managers, we would not have achieved this milestone.

UNICEF has supported these efforts by purchasing and supplying over 4,195 electrical cold chain equipment including walk-in coolers, freezers, ice lined refrigerators and deep freezers. We have also supplied over 420,000 cold chain boxes and vaccine carriers.

Given the problem of risk communication and community engagement, UNICEF will continue to actively support the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare through national communication campaigns to prevent COVID-19 and accelerate India's vaccine campaign. We have strengthened efforts to create awareness about COVID-19 vaccination and promote its promotion among people. Real time media monitoring was used to combat misinformation and fake news. Helped to spread simple, positive messages, accurate information.

We are involved in the process of procuring lakhs of syringes and other equipment as per the requirements of the Government of India.

We also welcome India's decision to restart COVID-19 vaccine exports. This is very encouraging news for countries that urgently need to fast track their vaccination campaigns for priority groups, especially health workers and frontline workers.

Let us tell you that UNICEF works in some of the hardest places in the world to reach the world's most disadvantaged children. Reportedly, in 190 countries and territories they work to create a better world for every child, everywhere, for everyone.

Whereas, UNICEF India relies on the support and donations of businesses and individuals in India that it works with to maintain and expand health, nutrition, water and sanitation, education and child protection programs for all girls and boys. . In such a situation, the organization seeks support from other people.

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