Corona: Rahul Gandhi to give 2.66 crore from MP fund to Wayanad

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi will give Rs 2.66 crore from the MP fund to tackle the corona virus in his constituency Wayanad. He has appealed to the District Collector to release Rs 2.66 crore for the purchase of necessary medical equipment in the parliamentary constituency due to the increasing infection of Corona virus.

Central and state governments are constantly taking necessary steps to deal with the rising infection of the corona virus. Former Congress president and MP from Wayanad Rahul Gandhi has decided to give 2.66 crore from the MP fund in his constituency. He has requested the District Collector to release Rs 2.66 crore from the MP Fund for the purchase of essential medical equipment in Wayanad.

Rahul Gandhi took steps for his constituency

Rahul Gandhi has given this information on his official Twitter handle. The Congress leader wrote a letter to Wayanad collector Dr Adila Abdullah asking that an amount of Rs 2.66 crore be released immediately from his MP fund for the purchase of ventilators, test kits, masks and other medical equipment.

2.66 crores will be released from MP fund

In fact, every MP gets an MP fund of five crore rupees per year which the public representatives use for the development work of their parliamentary constituency. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi expressed happiness over the announcement of a financial aid package by the central government to provide food to the poor of the country during the 21-day lockdown. He has said that for the first time this government has taken the right steps.

Praised the government’s financial aid package

Shortly after the announcement of the financial aid package by the central government, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “The financial aid package from the government is the first step in the right direction.” India owes a debt to farmers, daily laborers, laborers, women and the elderly who are facing trouble in this lockdown.

ICC postpones all qualifying tournaments

Dubai, 26 March (Language) The International Cricket Council has postponed all qualifying tournaments to be held before 30 June due to the Kovid 19 pandemic. More than 21000 people have died and more than four million people have been infected by the corona virus worldwide.

ICC tournament chief Chris Tetley said, “In view of the restrictions on travel around the world and concerns about health in the current environment, the ICC has decided to postpone all tournaments until the end of June until further review”. Said, “Players, officials, staff

Dubai, 26 March (Language) The International Cricket Council has postponed all qualifying tournaments to be held before 30 June due to the Kovid 19 pandemic. More than 21000 people have died and more than four million people have been infected by the corona virus worldwide.

ICC tournament chief Chris Tetley said, “In view of the restrictions on travel around the world and concerns about health in the current environment, the ICC has decided to postpone all tournaments until the end of June until further review”. Said, “The health and safety of players, officials, staff and fans is our priority.

We have to take a decision keeping in mind the interests of all concerned. We believe it is time to take a wise decision. “The ICC Women’s World Cup qualifiers are to be held in Sri Lanka from July 3 to 19. The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour will also not take place in April. The ICC said that conditions are constantly being monitored for the men’s T20 World Cup 2021 and World Cup 2023 qualifying tournaments.

Decision on Wimbledon next week

London, 26 March (AP) The All England Club have said that it will decide by next week whether to postpone or cancel Wimbledon due to Kovid 19. The club’s main board has called an emergency meeting for this. The main draw of Wimbledon is scheduled to begin on June 29.

The preparations for the tournament are to begin in late April. The possibility of playing without an audience has been ruled out. Wimbledon has never been canceled since the Second World War. Ap monamona

London, 26 March (AP) The All England Club have said that it will decide by next week whether to postpone or cancel Wimbledon due to Kovid 19. The club’s main board has called an emergency meeting for this.

The main draw of Wimbledon is scheduled to begin on June 29. The preparations for the tournament are to begin in late April. The possibility of playing without an audience has been ruled out. Wimbledon has never been canceled since the Second World War. AP Monamona.

Headlines at 2pm

New Delhi, March 26 (Language) The headlines released from various language files on Thursday till 2 pm are as follows: The 18 virus lead cases Corona virus: The number of people infected in India reached 649, 13 people died New Delhi: India On Thursday, cases of corona virus increased to 649 and 13 people have died so far. Earth 20 Sitharaman – Package Korana Virus: Announcement of Rs 1.70 Lakh Crore Incentive Package to help the poor

New Delhi, March 26 (Language) The headlines released from various language files on Thursday till 2pm are as follows: The 18 virus lead casesKorona virus: Number of people infected in India reached 649, 13 people died in Delhi: Thursday in India Corona virus cases increased to 649 and 13 people have died so far.

Earth 20 Sitharaman – PackageKorana Virus: Announcement of Rs 1.70 Lakh Crore Incentive Package to help the poor Announced a relief package of Rs. Crore. This amount is being given to help the needy. Earth 10 virus will give seven kg of food grains per person at cheaper rates from ration shops to the government With this, the monthly quota of ration card holders will increase to seven kg per person.

A senior Food Ministry official said this on Wednesday. The 20 Virus Kejriwal Baijal shops selling essential items will be open round the clock: BaijalNew Delhi: Lt Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal said on Thursday that the Delhi government will allow shops selling essential goods to remain open round the clock so that the 21-day lockdown (closed) In view of this, there is no crowd of people at these shops.

The 22 Jaishankar Kabul attack is in contact with the family of the dead and injured in the Kabul terror attack India: Ministry of External Affairs New Delhi: Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday said that the Indian High Commission in Kabul said the families of the victims of the heinous terrorist attack on the gurdwara in the capital of Afghanistan Is in contact

The 15 Virus BJP Community Kitchen Kovid-19: BJP will build a network of community kitchens to help the poor and daily wage laborers BJP New Delhi: As part of efforts to combat the situation arising due to Corona virus in the country, Bharatiya Janata Party is one of such community kitchens across the country Network is going to be built which will be able to serve food to at least 1000 people per day.

Pride 37 Kashmir shelling: Pakistani troops violate ceasefire, firing in areas adjacent to international border Jammu: Pakistani troops violated ceasefire and fired on the forward areas along international border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir.

V6 virus dead in US; corona virus cases exceeded 65,000 in the US; more than 1,000 people died Disaster declarations on public health have been approved for several states including New York affected. V12 Iraq US rocket Two rocket strikes in the Green Zone of Baghdad, the target was probably the US Embassy: Iraqi Army Baghdad: Two rockets were fired on Thursday morning in a high-security area in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

The area is called the ‘Green Zone’ and has embassies and government buildings from other countries. Game 5 Sports Virus Sindhu Dankovid 19: Sindhu gave Rs 5 lakh to Andhra and Telangana New Delhi: World champion badminton player PV Sindhu gave Kovid 19 To deal with the epidemic, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Relief Funds have given five lakh rupees.

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