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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said after going to his residence from Viva Hospital in Bhopal on Wednesday after getting treatment for corona infection that it is necessary to curb the corona infection that no person is negligent.
Chauhan told the people that it is not an incurable disease when treatment is started after the initial symptoms of corona appear in their eyes. But it becomes painful when it is late. He requested the people to avoid crowded works. Wear a mask, keep using the sanitizer after an interval and wash the hands with soap very well after a certain interval.
Meanwhile, according to the bulletin issued by Viva Hospital in the morning, all the health parameters of Shivraj Singh Chauhan are fine and he can be discharged from the hospital. After this, Mr. Chauhan was allowed to go home from the hospital after doing the necessary formalities and Chauhan left home on the twelfth day.
Chauhan was found infected with the Corona virus on July 25 and was admitted to the Viva Hospital here on the same day. The Chief Minister is discharged from the hospital today for the twelfth day.
Meanwhile, state BJP media in-charge Lokendra Parashar told that Chauhan has been discharged from the hospital. They are perfectly healthy. According to Kovid 19 guidelines, they will stay in their residence carefully for the next seven days and take care of their own health. Parashar has wished him good health.
The Rajasthan High Court began hearing a petition filed by BJP leader Madan Dilawar against the merger of six BSP MLAs with the Congress party in the state. BJP MLAs Madan Dilawar and BSP on Tuesday (August 4) filed a petition before the bench of the Rajasthan High Court challenging its single-bench decision which prohibited six MLAs who quit the BSP from working as Congress MLAs. Was refused to apply.
Dilawar and the BSP had earlier approached the High Court challenging the September 2019 decision of the state Assembly Speaker CP Joshi, who had allowed the six BSP MLAs to join the ruling Congress.
On the petitions of BJP MLA Dilawar and Bahujan Samaj Party, a single bench of Justice Mahendra Kumar Goel on July 30 issued notice to the Speaker of the Assembly, Secretary of the Assembly and six MLAs leaving the BSP and asked to reply by August 11. Justice Goyal, however, did not accept the plea of granting interim relief to the petitioners and preventing six BSP MLAs from participating in the proceedings of the House as Congress MLAs.