Amid Omicron’s call, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has questioned the delay in banning international flights.
Amidst the call of Omicron, CM Kejriwal appealed to the PM-
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday raised questions on the delay in stopping flights from countries affected by the Omicron form of the coronavirus. The case of B.1.1529 or Omicron of Kovid-19 was first reported in South Africa last week. The World Health Organization had termed it as a ‘worrying’ form. Which is the top category of concern about the nature of coronavirus of this healthy body. Kejriwal on Sunday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to cancel flights coming from countries affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak with immediate effect.
This worrying news of coronavirus. Every effort should be made to stop Swarup from coming to India. The Chief Minister appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to cancel the flights from the affected areas with immediate effect. If any victim enters India. Any delay in this regard may bear the brunt.
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Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a letter
In view of the new nature of Kovid-19, many countries including the European Union suspended travel with the affected areas. Let us inform you that on Thursday, the central government had asked all the states and union territories to strictly check all the passengers coming from South Africa, Hong Kong, and Botswana.
Kejriwal’s promise to teachers
Kejriwal told the protesting teachers that the Aam Aadmi Party should get a chance to form the government in Punjab. He claimed that his government in Delhi has improved the education system and resolved the issues of teachers. Kejriwal criticized the previous Congress and the Akali government for not accepting the demands of the teachers. He said, “I have come here today and I promise you that I will make your jobs permanent when our government comes. I have solved the issues of teachers in Delhi. So we will solve the issues in Punjab also.”