Moga: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the Centre on Sunday over the three new agriculture laws, asking why were the farmers agitating...
"The Centre is also working on plans for building capacities in human resources, training, supervision and others on a massive scale."
The Congress leader said that according to the family, the Hathras DM meted out the worst treatment to them, and asked who was protecting the officer.
A security guard informed a police patrolling vehicle which was just 100 meters from the incident spot. The police team rushed the victim to a hospital and later arrested all four culprits.
India has posted high daily testing numbers on Thursday, Friday and Saturday with 10,97,947, 11,32,675 and 11,42,131 tests being conducted respectively.
Talking to local reporters in Balliya, the BJP MLA said neither governance nor use of weapons can prevent such crimes.
Health Minister Malladi Krishna Rao said that the fatality rate was 1.85 per cent while the recovery rate stood at 81.69 per cent.
Universities and schools across the country have been closed since March 16 when the Centre announced a countrywide classroom shutdown as part of measures to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Of the new cases, 1,945 were reported from different quarantine centres while 1,381 people were found COVID- positive during contact tracing.
Claiming that the agitation against farm laws will die out on its own, the minister said, "Falsehood has limited life while truth lives forever."
As many as 17 health care workers and five workers of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) also contracted the infection.
There is a nationwide outrage over the gang-rape and murder of the 19-year-old Dalit girl who fought grievous injuries for a fortnight before dying on September 29.
The Supreme Court (SC) on September 30 declined to postpone the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination scheduled for October 4.
A truck moving on the Waghbil flyover hit the bridge divider and overturned. Some heavy scrap cardboard bales loaded on it fell on a car passing below the flyover and crushed its roof.
Maharathy, who had tested positive for COVID-19 on September 14, was discharged from the hospital after recovery but was admitted again as his condition became critical.
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