How ready is the Indian Army to fight the Corona, replied Army Chief General Narva. | Buyyandread
Updated: May 19
Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwan has said that in the coming days, if need be, the Army will play its role with exaggeration and brilliance in the fight against corona infection. He said this in an exclusive interview via email to the English newspaper Indian Express. In many European countries, military assistance is being sought to deal with coronary heart disease. Could something like this happen in India too? In response to this question from the newspaper, General Narwan said that the Indian Army is for the people of India. In view of the existing requirements, we have set up quarantine centers at Manesar, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. " General Narwan said that whenever the government decides on a special task for the army, the Indian Army will complete it well. The army chief also said that there was no change in the Indian Army's operation due to the Corona infection. They are continuing their work as before following the instructions of the military government.
China disrupted the meeting on Corona. According to a report published in the Times of India, China has blocked discussions at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on the corona virus epidemic. Estonia, a temporary member of the Security Council, convened a meeting last week to discuss corona infections worldwide. Estonia stressed that the ever-increasing Covid-19 transition in the world could pose a threat to international peace and security. However, Estonia's proposal was initially rejected by China and Russia. The newspaper quoted sources as saying that the permanent members of the Security Council were not too keen for a meeting on the effects of the Corona virus. According to some reports, Estonia has demanded "transparency" in matters related to corona infection and China is unwilling to talk about it. Corona virus infection began in December last year in Wuhan, China.
Jamia's professor was suspended for tweeting students supporting the CMA. Jamia Millia Islamia University has suspended an assistant professor who said in a tweet that "all but 15 students who were supporters of the Citizenship Reform Act (CAA) passed in their subjects." However, he later claimed that his tweet was intended to explain "Tanz" and "Motuestrianism" which was misinterpreted.
The name of the suspended assistant professor is Dr. Abrar Ahmed and he teaches electrical engineering in the university. However, even after this, his troubles did not abate and the very next day Jamia Millia Islamia informed him about the suspension through their official Twitter handle. "Dr. Abrar Ahmed has written about drawing 15 non-Muslim students on a public platform ... According to the CCS Code of Conduct, this is a serious misconduct," Jamia wrote, tagging the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. That could jeopardize religious harmony. Therefore, the university has suspended Professor Abrar while the investigation is pending. " The news has surfaced in the Indian Express. Corona: Union branches are getting online Branches of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in open fields and parks are no longer established in these places due to nationwide lockdowns. According to the news published in Dainik Jagran, the branches of the Sangh are online in the country nowadays and the volunteers connect with each other through video calling gender. Earlier, Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat had appealed to all the volunteers to pray for the Sangh in their homes instead of going to their homes. Branch In addition to setting up an online branch, the union is also sending online links to volunteers to study in homes.