Delhi going towards lockdown? CM Kejriwal said - Corona cases are increasing again

09 Aug, 2022

Once again in the capital Delhi, the frightening speed of Covid-19 has also increased the concern of the government. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday that the cases of Kovid are increasing in Delhi, but there is no need to panic as most of the new cases are mild. Kejriwal said that his government is closely monitoring the situation.

CM Kejriwal’s comment on the situation

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that there is no need to panic, the government is keeping a close watch on the situation. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday that corona cases are increasing again in Delhi, but there is no need to panic as most of the new cases are of mild nature.

Kejriwal said that his government is closely monitoring the situation.  Talking to reporters, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the cases of Kovid are increasing, we are monitoring it and whatever necessary steps will be taken. But most of the cases are mild and there is no need to panic.

Amrit Mahotsav celebration in Delhi

To commemorate 75 years of independence, Amrit Mahotsav is being celebrated across the country. Chief Minister Kejriwal unfurled the 115-feet-high 500th tricolor flag on Tuesday. On AAP's application against the PIL in the Supreme Court on free schemes, Kejriwal said on the sidelines of the program that our free education, free treatment, free water, free rewari culture cannot be considered.

Meanwhile, the Delhi Chief Minister also announced that his party has got state party status in Goa from the Election Commission based on a review of its performance in the February Assembly elections. Citing an official communication of the poll panel on social media, the party's convener Kejriwal said, after Delhi and Punjab, AAP is now a state recognized party in Goa as well.

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