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Thursday 7 May 2020

Gujarat Corona update date 7-5-2020

Gujarat Corona update date 7-5-2020

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has sent immediate help to reduce the prevalence of toxic gas in the wake of a gas leak at a private company's plant in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The Chief Minister's Secretary also said that in the case of a gas leak at a company in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, the chemical PTBC, which is useful against the effects of the gas leak, is produced only in Gujarat. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Vijay Rupani was requested by the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister to send the chemical to Visakhapatnam through a telephone conversation. In this regard, the Chief Minister has been alerted to send 500 kg of PTBC from Vapi's private manufacturing company by airlift to Daman through the industry front secretary and Valsad Collector.

Today, 34 more trains will send workers home: Ashwini Kumar
As many as 80,400 workers have been sent to their hometowns by 67 trains from the state till yesterday to take the expatriates to their home state, Ashwini Kumar said. They have been sent from UP, Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha. So far 1 lakh 21 thousand through special train services, 55 thousand through bus services as well as 1 lakh 67 thousand by private vehicles-private buses from different districts of the state and 1 lakh 14 thousand by private vehicles-self vehicles from Surat metropolis in the current lockdown situation. Have gone to their home state. On Thursday 7th May 34 more special trains including 20 from UP, 4 from Bihar, 2 from Jharkhand, 5 from Orissa, 2 from Madhya Pradesh and 1 from Chhattisgarh, trains in Gujarat Surat, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot, Morbi, Mehsana, Godhra, Jamnagar, Junagadh To depart from such stations. Thus, arrangements have been made to transport 1 lakh 21 thousand workers to their home state through special trains.

29540 Gujaratis have been repatriated so far
The Chief Minister's Secretary said that so far 29540 Gujaratis have been repatriated safely in the state under the direction of the Chief Minister by coordinating with the concerned states for the students and tourists of Gujarat who are stuck in other states of the country in the state of lockdown. Among such original Gujarati pilgrims, 15523 from Maharashtra, 4252 from Rajasthan, 1412 from Uttar Pradesh, 1590 from Madhya Pradesh, 1138 from Karnataka and also Gujaratis from Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have been brought back in a state of lockdown with the coordination of the state government.

Grain distribution started in phases from today
The distribution of this foodgrains from more than 17 thousand government approved cheap food shops in the entire state except Ahmedabad city took place on Thursday. Phased start from 7th May. As many as 4 lakh cardholders have availed the benefit of food distribution with norms of social distance, wearing mask etc. till noon on the first day of distribution. He expected that eight lakh people would get their foodgrains by 10 pm on the first day of this phase of foodgrain distribution.

There is no possibility of locust invasion in these border districts of Gujarat
The Chief Minister's Secretary made it clear that there was no immediate threat of locust infestation in Banaskantha, Patan, Mehsana and Kutch districts of Gujarat. In this regard, he said that the locusts found in limited numbers in the Jaisalmer area of ​​Rajasthan are not likely to invade these border districts of Gujarat at present. However, the Agriculture Secretary of the Government of India held a video conference with the Additional Chief Secretary of the State Department of Agriculture and the Collectors of the concerned districts to discuss the situation. The Department of Agriculture has made complete arrangements for medicines, tractor-mounted spray guns, etc. to deal with any possible locust infestation.



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