Ek Mahanayak Dr. BR Ambedkar

Ek Mahanayak Dr. BR Ambedkar 23rd February 2021 Written Episode, Written Update on LatestSerialGossip.com

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has spoken of putting a lockdown in the city after 6281 fresh cases of corona virus were reported in Maharashtra on Saturday. He said the lockdown can be imposed again if people do not desist from breaking the rules.

The number of Covid-19 infections in Maharashtra now stands at 2,093,913. This is the second time since December last year that more than 6000 cases a day have been reported in the western state. A total of 51,753 people have died in Maharashtra due to corona virus disease.

Although the government has not yet called it a ‘second wave’, local authorities have been instructed to take all preventive measures, including lockdown restrictions. Weekend curfew has been imposed in several districts including Amravati and Akola since Saturday night, while in Yavatmal, a 10-day curfew has been imposed from 18 February which prohibits the mobilization of five or more people. Schools and colleges in Wardha have been ordered to remain closed until further notice.

Thackeray chaired a meeting with the Health Minister, Divisional Commissioners, District Collectors, Municipal Commissioners and Superintendents of Police on Covid-19 status in the state on Saturday. After the meeting, it was decided to limit the number of people attending social ceremonies such as weddings and ceremonies. All events that have the potential to become super-spreader events.

The tenth round of Corps Commander level talks between India and China lasted for 16 hours, and ended in Moldo on the Chinese side of the LAC at around 2 pm today. The two sides discussed disengagement in Gogra Heights, Hot Springs and Depsang Plains. Army sources have given this information.

It has been nine months since the military standoff between the two countries. Following the agreement, the two sides have withdrawn their troops from the northern and southern end areas of Pangong Lake and have also removed weapons, other military equipment, bunkers and other construction. Sources said that the main point of discussion in the 10th round of talks is to pursue the withdrawal process from other areas as well. Both sides are in talks to discuss modalities for this.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said in a statement in Parliament on February 11 that India and China had reached an agreement to remove troops from the Pangong Lake region in a phased manner. He said that according to the agreement, China would withdraw its troops and move to the east side of the Finger Eight area in the northern shore of Pangong Lake. He had said that India would keep its troops at its permanent camp Dhan Singh Thapa post near Finger III.

Singh had said that a similar step would be taken in the southern bank area of ​​Pangong Lake. The defense minister said that it was agreed that the next meeting of senior commanders of both sides would be called to resolve all other issues within 48 hours of the process of withdrawal of troops in the Pangong Lake area.

The process of military withdrawal from the Pangong Lake area began on February 10, which was completed on Thursday. In the tenth round of talks between the two countries today, the Indian delegation is headed by Lt Gen PGK Menon who is the commander of the 14th Corps at Leh. At the same time, the Chinese side is headed by Major General Liu Lin, commander of the Chinese Army’s Southern Xinjiang Military District.

The military standoff between India and China began on May 5 last year following violent clashes in the Pangong Lake area, and then in everyday developments, both sides deployed a large number of troops and lethal weapons. Approximately five months after the standoff, Indian troops took action and deployed several mountain peaks of strategic importance in the Mukherpari, Rechil La and Magar Hill areas in the southern end of Pangong Lake.

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