Uttar Pradesh government imposed the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) in the state for 6 months
Uttar Pradesh’s COVID19 tally reaches 5735 with 232 new positive cases reported today: Uttar Pradesh Health Department
34 markets in Ghaziabad to open on alternate days from tomorrow. All shop-owners have been requested to sanitised their shops and make arrangements for social-distancing : AS Pandey, DM Ghaziabad district
Uttar Pradesh government has imposed the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) in the state for 6 months. The imposition of this act will make all strikes in the state unlawful.
National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the state Chief Secretary after taking suo motu cognizance of media reports that bodies of Auraiya road accident victims were being carried along with injured migrant labourers in the same vehicle by the authorities on May16
FIR registered at Gomti Nagar Police Station in Lucknow, after UP Police received death threat against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (in file pic) on the whatsapp number 112 of the state police.
80% of active cases are in just 5 states, more than 60% cases are in just 5 cities, the spread of #COVID19 infection has remained limited to certain areas, this is no small achievement, also gives confidence to open up other areas
– Chairman, Empowered Group I #IndiaFightsCorona
This man is a living proof that miracles happen.
Zaffar Masood (President Bank of Punjab) who was traveling on PK 8303 is alive and out of danger.