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Haryana imposes fresh restrictions in 6 more districts amid surge in Covid-19 cases

According to an order issued by Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, the theatres, cinema halls, multiplexes and entertainment parks will be remain shut in these 11 districts of Haryana.

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In order to control the rising Covid-19 cases, the Haryana government has imposed new restrictions on six more districts which are Karnal, Panipat, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Rohtak, and Jhajjar. These cities are now a part of Group A or high-risk districts. Earlier, the curbs were enforced on only five districts- Gurugram, Faridabad, Ambala, Sonipat, Panchkula.

According to an order issued by Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, the theatres, cinema halls, multiplexes and entertainment parks will be remain shut in these 11 districts. Sports complexes, stadia, and swimming pools will also be closed, except for the training of sportspersons for participation in national or international sports, or for organising such sporting events. Spectators, however, will not be permitted. Business exhibitions are also restricted.

Except for those dealing with emergency and essential services, government and private offices have been instructed to operate with half of their employees. Malls and markets have been given permission to stay open till 6 p.m. Essential-items stores, on the other hand, will remain open all day. Bars and restaurants are permitted to operate at 50% of their capacity.

According to the order issued by the Haryana State Disaster Management Authority, only fully vaccinated people are permitted to enter sabzi mandis, grain markets, public transportation (bus stops and railway stations), parks, religious places, bars, restaurants, hotels, departmental stores, ration shops, liquor and wine shops, malls, shopping complexes, cinema halls, hats, local markets, petrol and CNG stations, LPG gas cylinder collection centers, sugar mills, milk booths, yoga shalas, gyms, fitness centres, and all government and private sector banks. Owners and management of these institutions will be responsible for guaranteeing this.

Throughout the state, schools, colleges, polytechnics, ITIs, coaching institutions, libraries and training institutes (both public and private), anganwadi centres, and creches would be closed.

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Gatherings of up to 50 people for funerals and 100 for weddings have been permitted in other districts. Cinema Halls, restaurants, bars, gyms, spas, and clubhouses have also been given the green light to stay open, but only at half capacity.

The night curfew continues in the state from 11 pm to 5 am.

On Wednesday, Haryana reported 2,176 new Covid-19 cases, including 35 of the Omicron form, bringing the state’s Covid-19 positive rate to 5.80 percent.

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Building collapses in Gurugram during demolition, 1 dead, 3 injured

According to the officials, the two floors of the factory were already razed and the workers were demolishing the last floor when the mishap occurred.

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Building collapses in Gurugram during demolition, 1 dead, 3 injured

One dead and three others were injured after an old factory, which was being demolished in Haryana’s Gurugram, collapsed on Monday. The incident took place at Udyog Vihar Phase 1 at around 8 am.

The three-storey building has been under demolition since September 26. According to the officials, the two floors of the factory were already razed and the workers were demolishing the last floor when the mishap occurred.

Lalit Kumar, a fire official told the media that as per preliminary information, two to three labourers were feared trapped after a building being demolished, collapsed. Rescue operation on.

The police, along with the fire brigade and civil defense team, reached the spot as soon as they received information about the incident and soon started the evacuation process. The officials evacuated four labourers trapped under the debris.

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Deepak Saharan, Deputy Commissioner of Police (west), said that a rescue operation is on and the team of NDRF, Ghaziabad, was also informed.

Further investigations are underway.

On Sunday, a 31-year-old man was killed after a portion of a residential building collapsed in Bonkode locality in the Koparkhairne area in Navi Mumbai. According to the reports, when the building was leaning, the residents started vacating the building but the man was in the washroom.

The police and fire brigade team reached the spot and started the evacuation process. However, the man’s body was recovered from the debris. Reportedly, the Chavhan building was constructed in 2007 and 35 families lived there. No other casualty is reported in the incident.

Earlier, a four-storey building that was under construction collapsed in North Delhi’s Azad market. Four people were injured in the mishap. Deputy Commissioner of Police (north) Sagar Singh Kalsi said the building may have collapsed due to overloading.

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Haryana: Man opens fire outside Panchkula cafe at 4:30 am, bouncer injured; investigation underway

The bouncer, Naresh Sharma lodged an FIR against Mohit, and the investigation to catch him is underway.

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Man opens fire outside Panchkula cafe
The police have obtained the footage from the CCTV that was installed at the Coco Cafe and Lounge.

In a shocking incident, a man opens fire at an unidentified youth at Coco Cafe and Lounge in Panchkula in the wee hours. The incident occurred at around 4:30 am on July 3 at a Sector-11-based cafe lounge.

The man identified as Mohit, who hails from Ludhiana, fired three shots at an unidentified man with an intent to kill but in the process, the gunshot hit the attacker’s accomplice’s foot who was standing by the car as the youth ducked to prevent it. During this, a bouncer was also injured as he attempted to prevent the attacker from entering the premises.

The bouncer, Naresh Sharma lodged an FIR against Mohit, and the investigation to catch him is underway. The police have obtained the footage from the CCTV that was installed at the Coco Cafe and Lounge.

The CCTV footage shows Naresh was standing at the cafe’s entry around 4:15 am when Mohit exited the cafe lounge while talking on the phone. When he reached his vehicle, the attacker suddenly took out his pistol and opened fire on an unknown man but somehow, it hit Mohit’s aide.

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Naresh told the police that the accused followed the man inside the cafe to save his life. He said he also ducked to protect himself, and with the aid of other bouncers, he snatched the pistol from the accused. During this, he suffered a deep cut on his left hand. The bouncer was immediately taken to the Civil Hospital which is located in Sector 6, from where he was referred to the GMCH-32 Chandigarh.

In the footage, it can also be seen that three to four girls were present at the cafe lounge and after the incident, one of the girls present among those fled in Mohit’s car.

At that time, the cafe lounge’s manager Vinay Kumar was not present. Sukhbir Singh, SHO of Sector 5 police station said they have obtained the footage of the incident, however, the identity of the victim, the accused’s aid, was not known.

The police have registered the case against Mohit on the statement of Naresh. He has been booked under the Arms Act and other sections. The manager of the cafe lounge has also been booked for violating government orders. The stipulated time for closing the establishment is 2 am but the cafe lounge was opened till 4:15 am when the incident occurred.

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Ram Rahim gets Z-Plus security from Haryana Government

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the decision has nothing to do with the Punjab Assembly Elections and it is just a coincidence.

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Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh

The Haryana government on Tuesday has provided Z-plus security to Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh following reports of death threats from pro-Khalistan activists.

As per a report in India Today, the decision has been taken after his request to furlough was approved in early February. It is to be noted that the Z-plus category security is provided by the National Security Guard commandos and the person who gets this level of security is provided with 10 security personnel for mobile security and two (plus eight) for residence security.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the decision has nothing to do with the Punjab Assembly Elections and it is just a coincidence.

Earlier, Ram Rahim was provided with a 21 days furlough for the rape convict. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for raping two of his disciples at his ashram and the murder of journalist Ram Chander Chhatrapati. On August 15, 2017, he was found guilty in both cases and was sent to 10 years of jail in each case.

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In India, the security categories are X, Y, Y-Plus, Z and Z-Plus. The Z-Plus category is the highest one and is accorded to only the most important personalities in the country. Besides these categories, SPG (Special Protection Group) cover is provided only for the prime minister and his immediate family.

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