People living in the NCR, including those engaged in essential services, complained of facing difficulties due to lack of coordination among authorities of Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on issues of border restrictions at different points.
In the video clip, Sonali Phogat was seen making obscene remarks and beating the government servant with her slippers. The video had gone viral and triggered much outrage among locals and netizens.
"The Chief Minister has directed to conduct a survey of vacant buildings in Gurugram district so that they can be used for isolation of COVID patients when required," Haryana CMO said.
"If people from neighbouring states come and get tested in Delhi then there will be problems here," Jain said while speaking to media persons at a press conference here.
Sonali Phogat claimed that the secretary used obscene and derogatory language against her, which left her infuriated.
Gurugram and Gautam Buddha Nagar have also not opened the borders with Delhi resulting in chaos every day.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in its new guidelines on Saturday, which will be applicable after the end of the fourth phase of lockdown on May 31, has said that there shall be no restriction on interstate and intrastate movement.
New Delhi: As the Haryana government has sealed borders with the national capital due to increase in the number of...
Delhi has been jolted by a series of tremors over the last month. A low-intensity earthquake of magnitude 2.2 hit the national capital on May 15.
"We have put several districts on alert. We have also instructed all the farmers that if they encounter any swarms then they should inform the government so that we can kill them," Haryana Agriculture Minister Jayaprakash Dalal said.