On September 9, 2016, AIIMS Chief Security officer RS Rawat lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police accusing MLA Somnath Bharti and his 300 supporters of misbehaving with security guards of AIIMS.
The notable feature of the survey was that many of the CMs included in the list have been more than 1 term CMs unlike Yogi Adityanath who, in his very first stint, is leaving an indelible mark on the country's polity.
The move comes ahead of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board examination scheduled to begin in May.
Delhi govt on Friday announced that Serum Institute of India (SII)-manufactured Covishield vaccine will be administered at 75 government and private hospitals in the city while Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN will be given at 6 hospitals run by the Central government.
We will begin with 81 centres, it will then be increased to 175 in a few days & then to 1000 centres across Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal added.
The roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine will provide priority to the healthcare workers and the frontline workers who are estimated to be around 3 crores, followed by those above 50 years of age and the under-50 population groups with co-morbidities numbering around 27 crores.
“All those arriving from UK, who test positive will be isolated in an isolation facility. Negative ones will be taken to a quarantine facility for 7 days followed by 7 days home quarantine,” chief minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted.
After this, Delhi Metro will have a driverless network length of about 94 kilometres, which will be approximately nine per cent of the world's total driverless metro network.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia lauded Kejriwal government for "working 24 hours to make efforts to reduce the troubles faced by the farmers."
Arvind Kejriwal further said that Delhi would need 1.02 crore doses of vaccine for the first phase of vaccination since each person will get two doses. "Currently, we have the capacity to store 74 lakh doses which will be increased to 1.15 crore within one week," he added.