Coronavirus In India May 7 Highlights: ‘Severe crisis’ of medical oxygen in Tamil Nadu; CM MK Stalin writes to PM Modi, seeks necessary intervention

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Coronavirus Statistics in India Live, Coronavirus Prevention Live UpdatesIs hard lockdown only way to keep the Covid cases from increasing? Many experts and political leaders feel that India needs a hard lockdown without any additional humanitarian crisis like 2020. But with most of the states in some stage of lockdown already, what's the way forward? More testing and aggressive vaccination! (PTI Photo)

Coronavirus Cases in India Today, Coronavirus Statistics in India May 7 Highlights: In yet another painful milestone, India reported 4.14 lakh new Covid-10 infections on Friday. This was the second straight day the country saw over 4 lakh cases. There is a growing chorus over the need for another national lockdown to break the chain of the coronavirus. However, the latest status check shows that India is under lockdown, well almost. Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh have enforced strict lockdown. States such as Punjab, West Bengal, Karnataka have also imposed some curbs. Maharashtra has achieved significant success with its corona curfew. Telangana, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Uttarakhand have also clamped down curfews during the night and other stringent measures.

So, if you look at it, the country is practically under a lockdown. So, what’s different this time? Unlike 2020, the supply chain has not been broken. Economist also say that local lockdowns will help in reviving the manufacturing sector and other key components of the Indian economy. However, the total collapse of the health infra also need to be looked into.

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India must get ready for the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic; the third wave of Covid-19 infections in India is inevitable; Brace for the third wave, can’t forecast timeframe – these statements coming from the Supreme Court and top scientific advisor to the Prime Minister show that India’s harrowing Covid nightmare is far from over! After minor ebb for two days, India reported over 4 lakh cases once again for the second day in a row. The number of deaths has almost reached the 4,000 mark. For the last 10 days, India has seen over 3,000 Covid deaths on daily basis.

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Cities such as Delhi and Mumbai have shown marked improvement. However, the situation is worsening a lot faster in the southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Various mathematical models have predicted the daily caseload inching towards the 8 lakh mark! However, many experts such as Dr Gagandeep Kang feel that we would see a downward trend in terms of daily cases around mid-May. It is the Hindi heartland that will be the next or rather is the new red zone of the Covid outbreak. Bihar saw the highest numbers since the pandemic began on Thursday and the situation is critical in Uttar Pradesh.

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While metros have been able to somewhat sustain the impact, rural India with poor health infrastructure would be another disaster! As states scramble to come up with a workable action plan to fight the Covid surge, here are the latest news, updates, rules related to pandemic from India and around the world:

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    22:32 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: World's largest cargo plane leaves UK with 3 oxygen units for India

    The world's largest cargo plane left Belfast in Northern Ireland on Friday, carrying three 18-tonne oxygen generators and 1,000 ventilators as part of the UK's latest response to India's COVID-19 crisis, the British government said. The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), which has funded to supplies, said airport staff worked through the night to load the life-saving kit aboard the massive Antonov 124 aircraft, which is expected to land in Delhi at 0800 IST on Sunday morning after which the Indian Red Cross will help transfer them to hospitals. Each of the three oxygen generation units - the size of 40 foot freight containers - produces 500 litres of oxygen per minute, enough for 50 people to use at a time. (PTI)

    22:28 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Nagaland's COVID-19 tally rises to 15,580 with record 309 fresh cases

    Nagaland's COVID-19 caseload mounted to 15,580 on Friday as the state reported its highest single-day spike of 309 new cases this year, Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom said. Of the fresh cases, 200 were reported from Dimapur, 63 from Kohima, 32 from Mon, nine from Mokokchung, three from Phek and two from Zunheboto, he said. At least 112 people -102 from Dimapur, nine from Kohima and one from paren - were cured of the disease during the day, taking the total number of recoveries to 12,540, the minister said. (PTI)

    22:25 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Maharashtra reports 54,022 new COVID-19 cases, 898 deaths

    The count of new coronavirus cases in Maharashtra on Friday dropped by over 8,000 compared to the day before as 54,022 fresh infections came to light, the health department said. The tally of cases rose to 49,96,758. On Thursday the state had reported 62,194 COVID-19 cases. As many as 898 deaths were reported on Friday, taking the COVID-19 death toll to 74,413. 37,386 people were discharged, increasing the total recoveries to 42,65,326. As many as 2,68,912COVID-19 tests were conducted in the state in the last 24 hours, taking the tally of samples examined so far to 2,89,30,580. (PTI)

    22:25 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: COVID-19 claims 62 more lives in Bihar, death toll reaches

    COVID-19 death toll in Bihar on Friday rose to 3,139, a rise of 62 since the previous day, even as 13,466 fresh cases caused the overall tally to reach 5.67 lakh while the active caseload stood at 1.15 lakh. According to the state health department, Patna district reported the maximum number of 2,410 cases, a day after having witnessed its biggest single-day spike of 3,665 cases. It also accounted for 19 of the fresh fatalities, the highest for any of the 40 districts across the state. (PTI)

    22:24 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Punjab's death toll crosses 10,000 mark

    The COVID-19 death toll in Punjab crossed the 10,000-mark with 165 more fatalities on Friday, while 8,367 fresh cases took the tally to 4,24,647, according to a medical bulletin. The number of active cases rose to 69,724 from 66,568 on Thursday. Of the latest fatalities, 22 deaths were reported from Barnala, 20 from Ludhiana, 19 from Bathinda and 13 from Patiala, it said. The death toll in the state stands at 10,144. Ludhiana registered the highest number of cases in the state at 1,465, followed by 1,027 in Bathinda, 692 in Patiala, 675 in Mohali and 527 in Jalandhar. The bulletin said that 4,976 coronavirus patients were discharged after recovering from infection, taking the number of cured persons to 3,44,779. (PTI)

    22:24 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Chhattisgarh sees 13,268 cases, record 61,939 tests conducted

    Chhattisgarh's COVID-19 tally touched 8,30,117 on Friday after 13,628 people tested positive for the infection, while 208 deaths took the toll to 10,158, a health official said. The number of recoveries reached 6,88,918 after 414 people were discharged from hospitals and 12,625 completed home isolation during the day, leaving the state with 1,31,041 activecases, he said. With 61,939 samples being examined on Friday, the highest in a single day so far, the number of tests in the state went up to 76,07,874. (PTI)

    22:22 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: EU says patent waiver idea misses point of vaccine shortage

    European Union leaders said Friday that the most pressing impediments to COVID-19 vaccine supplies are not intellectual property rights but export bans and production capacity issues that need to be addressed before patent waivers should be considered. In the wake of the United States backing calls to waive patents on vaccine technology, French President Emmanuel Macron summarized the view from Europe when he said on the sidelines of an EU summit, You can give the intellectual property to laboratories that do not know how to produce it. They won't produce it tomorrow. (AP)

    22:21 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Maharashtra to have separate COVID-19 task force for children

    With the possibility of a third wave of COVID-19 pandemic looming, the Maharashtra government is setting up a paediatric task force to create infrastructure for the treatment of children, health minister Rajesh Tope said on Friday. More than 1.30 lakh minors in the state have been infected by coronavirus during the second wave which began around February 15, as per official data. "A paediatric task force is being set up to tackle the third wave of COVID-19 where children could also get infected. "We will need new designs for isolation or treatment centres because generally mother has to stay with the child," Tope told reporters. (PTI)

    21:41 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: PIB organises COVID-19 vaccination drive

    Over 100 people above 45 years of age were inoculated in a COVID-19 vaccination drive organised by the Press Information Bureau (PIB) here on Friday. A medical team led by Dr Harsh Priya and Vaishak Nag administered vaccines to 110 people during the drive held at the National Media Centre in the national capital, according to a statement. "The Centre has approved organizing of COVID-19 vaccination sessions at workplaces (both public and private) which are having about 100 eligible and willing beneficiaries by tagging these workplaces with an existing COVID vaccination center (CVC)," it said. (PTI)

    21:34 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Retired military doctors to provide online consultation to civilian patients

    The government has roped in retired military doctors to provide online consultation to civilian patients across the country under a telemedicine platform of the Union health ministry. The initiative has been taken by the defence ministry as part of overall measures to help the civilian authorities in dealing with the rising cases of COVID-19. "Ex-defence doctors will now provide online consultation on e-Sanjeevani OPD to all citizens of the country. Veterans have come forward to answer the call of the nation and offered their services to help the people needing medical care," the defence ministry said in a statement. (PT)

    21:33 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: ISKCON sets up makeshift hospital in Dwarka

    A 200-bed makeshift hospital has been set up in Dwarka here by religious organisation ISKCON for free treatment of coronavirus patients, according to a statement. A team of 10 doctors and 18 nurses has been deployed at the facility, which became operational on May 3. "A college has been converted into a temporary hospital with 200 beds. Efforts are being made to expand the capacity from existing 200 to 500 beds," the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) said. (PTI)

    21:32 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Complete lockdown to be enforced strictly; guidelines for working of financial sector modified

    The nine-day complete lockdown from May 8 to check the massive spread of COVID-19 in Kerala will be enforced strictly, with modification in guidelines for the financial sector like banks, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said here on Friday. He also said that to ease the burden on the people due to the spread of disease and lockdown measures, the government would continue to provide free provision kits to all ration card holders, irrespective of categories this month too. (PTI)

    21:25 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Mizoram govt employees to contribute a day's salary to fight COVID-19

    In a collective effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the employees of the Mizoram government will contribute their one day's salary to the state, according to an official of the umbrella body of the employees associations on Friday. Federation of Mizoram Government Employees and Workers (FMGEW) president Vanlaltlana told PTI that the meeting of various employee associations had on Thursday decided to donate one day salary to fight against the pandemic. (PTI)

    21:24 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Haryana govt launches kit for home isolation COVID patients

    Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Friday launched a kit, including allopathic and ayurvedic medicines, oximeter and masks, for 98,000 coronavirus-affected patients' under treatment in home isolation, an official statement said. The cost of a kit is about Rs 5,000, but it will be provide free of cost to patients, he said. The kit contains 15 items. Besides medicines, it also as a digital thermometer, a steamer, AYUSH Kwath, giloy ghanvati, anu oil, oral rehydration solution and a booklet with complete information related to COVID-19, the statement said. Door-to-door oxygen cylinder refill facility will be also provided to people in Haryana, Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief minister, Amit Agrawal said in another statement. (PTI)

    21:24 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Centre permits Telangana govt to use drones for experimental delivery of COVID-19 vaccines

    The Civil Aviation Ministry on Friday permitted the Telangana government to use drones for experimental delivery of vaccines beyond the visual line of sight. India has been hit hard by a second wave of the novel coronavirus infection, and hospitals in several states are reeling under a severe shortage of vaccines, oxygen, drugs, equipment and beds. On April 30, the ministry had permitted the Telangana government to use drones for experimental delivery of COVID-19 vaccines within the visual line of sight. The ministry said in a statement on Friday that it has granted conditional exemption to the Telangana government from the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Rules, 2021, for "conducting experimental delivery of vaccines" beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS) using drones. (PTI)

    21:07 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Stalin writes to PM Modi regarding the 'severe crisis' of medical oxygen

    Oxygen stocks: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin flags "severe crisis" with PM Modi; urges Centre to provide 20 cryogenic containers and trains to transport oxygen to state.

    20:56 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Uttarakhand sees record single-day rise of 9,642 COVID-19 cases

    Uttarakhand on Friday recorded its biggest single-day spike of 9,642 cases that took the tally to 2,29,993, while 137 more fatalities pushed the death toll to 3,430, a state health department bulletin said. This is the fourth consecutive day when the state has registered a record rise in cases. It had 8,517 COVID-19 cases on Thursday. On Friday, Dehradun district reported the highest number of fresh cases at 3,979 followed by 1,342 in Nainital, 1,286 in Udham Singh Nagar and 768 in Haridwar, the bulletin said. (PTI)

    20:54 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: India Post collaborates with custom authorities for speedy delivery of COVID-19 resources

    The Department of Posts, in collaboration with customs authorities, has issued a public notice for speedy clearance, processing and delivery of COVID-19 resources such as oxygen concentrators, equipment and medicines. It has asked India Post customers to send details of their consignment through e-mail or WhatsApp to nodal officers for expeditious delivery of their COVID-19 resources. (PTI)

    20:54 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Uttar Pradesh reports 28,076 new cases

    Uttar Pradesh reports 28,076 new COVID19 cases, 33,117 discharges and 372 deaths in the past 24 hours

    Total cases: 14,53,679Active cases: 2,54,118

    20:43 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Madhya Pradesh sees 11,708 fresh COVID-19 cases; 84 casualties

    Madhya Pradesh on Friday saw 11,708 fresh COVID-19 cases and 84 fatalities that took the tally of infections to 6,49,114 and toll to 6,244, an official from the state health department said. At least 4,815 patients were discharged from hospitals in the last 24 hours, taking the count of recoveries in the state to 5,47,447, the official said. With the addition of 1,753 new cases, Indore's caseload went up to 1,23,447, while Bhopal's tally rose to 1,01,215 after 1,576 persons tested positive for the infection, he said. (PTI)

    20:37 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: IAF ferries three cryogenic containers from Israel

    The Indian Air Force ferried three cryogenic containers in its C17 transport aircraft from Israel in an operation coordinated by the Union home ministry to ease bottlenecks in oxygen supply across the country to meet the increasing demand triggered by the second wave of COVID-19, officials said Friday. Cryogenic cylinders, used for liquid oxygen transport, are being procured from across the world and being brought to various parts of the country by the IAF in coordination with the home ministry, they said. "Loaded up in Tel Aviv !! C17 of IAF with 3 Cryogenic -containers and additional respirators will be flying back to Hindan Airbase. MHA and IAF are working in co-ordination to upscale oxygen supplies and medical eqpt amidst the 2nd wave of Covid-19," the MHA tweeted. (PTI)

    20:36 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Tamil Nadu logs 26,465 new COVID-19 cases, 197 deaths

    Tamil Nadu recorded 26,465 new COVID-19 cases in the single biggest day spike so far on Friday, pushing the caseload to 13,23,965 while a record 197 deaths in the last 24 hours took the toll to 15,171. According to a bulletin, 22,381 people were discharged today, taking the tally to 11,73,439 and leaving 1,35,355 active infections. Chennai accounted for 6,738 new infections, totalling 3,77,042 till date. It also leads in the total number of fatalities at 5,081. (PTI)

    20:36 (IST)07 May 2021
    Night curfew in Arunachal Pradesh from Saturday, no ILP to be issued in May

    Night curfew -- from 6.30 pm to 5 am -- will be imposed in Arunachal Pradesh for the entire month, starting Saturday, and all shops and business establishments have been told to down shutters by 4 pm, as part of the state government's measures to check the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said here. According to the government order, released on Friday, inner line permits (ILPs) will not be issued to tourists during the month, and government offices will have to function with 50 per cent Group C and Group D staff on any given day. No curb has been imposed on employees belonging to Group A and Group B categories, the order said. (PTI)

    20:27 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: West Bengal records new 19,216 COVID19 cases

    West Bengal records new 19,216 COVID19 cases, 17,780 recoveries and 112 deaths in the past 24 hours; case tally at 9,54,282 and active cases at 1,24,098

    20:23 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Night curfew in Arunachal Pradesh from Saturday, no ILP to be issued in May

    Night curfew -- from 6.30 pm to 5 am -- will be imposed in Arunachal Pradesh for the entire month, starting Saturday, and all shops and business establishments have been told to down shutters by 4 pm, as part of the state government's measures to check the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said here. According to the government order, released on Friday, inner line permits (ILPs) will not be issued to tourists during the month, and government offices will have to function with 50 per cent Group C and Group D staff on any given day. No curb has been imposed on employees belonging to Group A and Group B categories, the order said. (PTI)

    20:07 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Revised guidelines issued by Karnataka government
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    19:57 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Yediyurappa urges migrants not to leave during lockdown

    It's a temporary decision of lockdown, I request migrant labourers to not leave: Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa

    19:46 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Complete lockdown from May 10 to May 24 in Karnataka

    Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa announces complete lockdown from May 10 to May 24 in Karnataka in view of alarming rise in COVID cases and related fatalities.

    19:40 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Andhra Pradesh logs 17,188 new cases, 73 deaths

    Andhra Pradesh's cumulative coronavirus tally shot up to 12,45,374 as 17,188 fresh cases were added in the 24 hours ending 9 am on Friday. The total recoveries went up to 10,50,160 after 12,749 more infected persons got cured, according to the latest bulletin. With 73 fresh fatalities reported in a day, the gross toll touched 8,519, the bulletin said. Only Chittoor district reported 2,260 fresh Covid-19 cases in 24 hours while seven districts added between 1,300 and 1,900 each. Five districts reported less than 1,000 new cases each. (PTI)

    19:34 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Hugh Jackman asks fans to support India in COVID-19 relief work

    Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has urged his fans to help India in its fight against the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic that has hit the nation badly. Taking to his Instagram Stories on Thursday, the 52-year-actor-old shared the link of a fundraiser at GiveIndia, started by Priyanka Chopra Jonas for COVID-19 relief work. "Support India," he wrote, tagging Chopra Jonas and GiveIndia. He also shared a poster, which read: "India needs our help. Together we can stop the spread. Let's do our bit and donate to help curb the biggest global outbreak." Recently, Chopra Jonas urged the global community to donate funds to help India battle the pandemic. (PTI)

    19:24 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Kerala records 38,460 COVID-19 cases, 54 deaths

    Kerala saw a slight dip in the daily COVID-19 cases on Friday as it registered 38,460 infections and 54 deaths, taking the overall tally to 18.24 lakh and the toll to 5,682 the state government said. The total number of active COVID-19 cases in the state now stands at 4,02,650. A total of 26,662 patients have been cured, taking the number of recoveries to 14,16,177, a health department bulletin said. (PTI)

    19:05 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Delhi Government announces free vaccination for media persons

    Delhi Government has decided to organize a mass COVID19 vaccination drive for all the Media houses (Electronic Media/Digital Media/Print Media). The Government will organise vaccination drive at their offices & bear the cost. (ANI)

    19:05 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Delhi Government announces free vaccination for media persons

    Delhi Government has decided to organize a mass COVID19 vaccination drive for all the Media houses (Electronic Media/Digital Media/Print Media). The Government will organise vaccination drive at their offices & bear the cost. (ANI)

    18:57 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: WHO panel set to decide on emergency use of Chinese vaccine

    A key World Health Organisation panel was set to decide Friday whether to authorize emergency of a Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine, a WHO spokesperson said, potentially paving the way for millions of doses to reach needy countries through a U.N.-backed program. The review by a technical advisory group could open the possibility of the Sinopharm vaccine being included in the UN-backed COVAX programme in the coming weeks or months, and distributed through WHO's regional office for the Americas and the UN children's agency UNICEF. WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier said a decision was expected later Friday. (AP)

    18:48 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: People flout social distancing norms at markets near Charminar area of Hyderabad

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    18:40 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: China to send Covid supplies to Nepal

    China on Friday said it will send medical supplies and relief materials to Nepal to help the country combat the surge in coronavirus cases. "Nepal is a friendly neighbour and strategic cooperative partner of China," Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Wang Wenbin told a media briefing in Beijing. He said necessary supplies were collected and would be delivered to Nepal at the earliest. Local governments and various sections of the Chinese society are also providing medical supplies to Nepal, he said, expressing hope that the Himalayan nation would soon prevail over the pandemic. Nepal is in the midst of a sudden spike in coronavirus cases, prompting the government to order a lockdown till May 12. (PTI)

    18:38 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Rajasthan reports 18,231 new cases, 164 deaths

    Rajasthan records 18,231 new COVID-19 cases, 164 deaths and 16,930 recoveries in the last 24 hoursTotal cases: 7,20,799Total recoveries: 5,16,306Active cases: 1,99,147Death toll: 5,346 (ANI)

    18:38 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Vaccination/RT-PCR negative test report mandatory to enter Goa

    COVID19 | For tourists entering Goa, RT-PCR negative test report or vaccination (both doses) certificate mandatory: Goa CM Pramod Sawant (ANI)

    18:29 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: Punjab to start vaccination for 18+ years from Monday at govt hospitals

    CM Capt Amarinder Singh asks officials to prepare to start vaccinating priority groups in 18-45 yrs category at govt hospitals from Monday. State govt had ordered 30 lakh vaccine doses from SII & GoI has allocated 3.30 lakh against this order to Punjab for this month: Punjab CMO (ANI)

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    18:24 (IST)07 May 2021
    Coronavirus Live Tracker: 1.84 lakh people in 18-44 age group vaccinated in 4 days, says Sisodia

    As many as 1.84 lakh people in the 18-44 age group have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine since the inoculation of this category started on May 3, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Friday. According to Delhi government's health bulletin, 1,14,657 beneficiaries were vaccinated in the last 24 hours, of which 80,306 received their first dose. "In Delhi 1.84 lakh youth have got the 1st dose of vaccine, in first 4 days of 18-45 yrs age group opening. In total 38.88 lakh people have got the vaccine in all age groups till yesterday evening," Sisodia tweeted. (PTI)

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