Even in the global disaster in the form of Corona epidemic, people are not deterred from black marketing of life saving things. One such case was found in south-west Delhi’s Dashrathpuri area, where police arrested a man for violating rules and storing oxygen gas cylinders and black marketing.
Police said that the arrested person has been identified as Anil Kumar (51). The police seized 32 large oxygen cylinders and 16 small cylinders from his possession.
According to the police, the policemen who were patrolling had received secret information that cylinders of oxygen were illegally kept in Dashrathpuri. After this, the police raided there. He said 32 large cylinders were seized from the ground floor of the accused’s house, each with a capacity of 67 liters of oxygen, while the 16 small cylinders seized had a capacity of ten liters each.
32 big oxygen cylinders and 16 small oxygen cylinders were recovered during a raid at a house in Dashrath Puri area. Probe underway: Delhi Police (23/4) pic.twitter.com/K1DmYxIaYf
– ANI (@ANI) April 24, 2021
348 people died due to corona in Delhi
The global epidemic, corona, is continuing to be a macabre and 24,331 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in the capital Delhi on Friday and the number of deaths was 348 in a single day. The number of people who died of corona in Delhi is increasing daily. Patients seriously suffering from corona are unable to find a place in any hospital in the capital. There is an atmosphere of fear and fear among the people.
This information was given in the Bulletin of the Health Department. The rate of infected people in Delhi is 32.43 percent. In Delhi, about 2,100 people have died due to this infection in the last 11 days. On Thursday, 26,169 new cases of corona virus infection were reported and 306 patients died in Delhi. In Delhi, the rate of infection on Thursday was 36.24 percent, the highest since the onset of the epidemic last year. The maximum number of new cases were reported in the capital on Tuesday. There were 28,395 cases reported on Tuesday. The total number of infected in the capital increased to 9,80,679 and the total death toll to 13,541 on Friday.
According to the bulletin, 75,037 samples were tested in Delhi on Thursday. According to this, more than 8.75 lakh patients have been cured in Delhi while 92,029 patients are under treatment.
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