Amit Shah Orders CCTV For Delhi's COVID-19 Hospitals And Other Top Stories

Updated: June 16, 2020 07:33 IST

Amit Shah chaired an all-party meet to discuss augmenting the Delhi's health care infrastructure. 2 Indian High Commission staffers in Islamabad went missing on Monday morning.

Amit Shah Orders CCTV For Delhi\'s COVID-19 Hospitals And Other Top Stories
Union home minister Amit Shah on Monday urged all parties in Delhi to work together to stop COVID-19 from stalking the city, and discussed plans to ramp up testing to 18,000 by June 20, even as chief minister Arvind Kejriwal denied there were plans to reimpose a complete lockdown. Nepal plans to increase the number of its border outposts on the border with India by 100, in a move that, while it has been in the works for some time, comes at a time when friction between the two countries is high over a new map approved by the Himalayan country's parliament that lays claim to territory that has always been with India. Hindustan Times
Amit Shah Orders CCTV For Delhi\'s COVID-19 Hospitals And Other Top Stories
In a day long drama, two Indian High Commission staffers first went missing in Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Monday morning, with the reports claiming that they had been picked up by Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI), only to be release late in the evening by the Pakistani police, which claimed that they were involved in hit-and-run road accident, The Asian Age reported. Union home minister Amit Shah took charge of overseeing of the management of the novel coronavirus in Delhi's hospitals and issued orders that CCTV cameras be installed in all COVID-19 wards. The Asian Age

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