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What makes these CMs from Metropolis heroic?

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It’s been a month since the whole country, majorly the renowned universities of North have been terrorised for Students voicing their distress for basic rights. Universities like Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) have received the extensive atrocities on the students and the staff.
The terror attacks started off with a petrifying attack in AMU, students were succumbed to the Police brutality as they entered the campus without any valid warrant. Not a single student was spared from their audacious crime. It then flooded to Jamia; where the whole protest turned into a religious outrage. At present the commotion has become a humongous riot in JNU. This led to protests in various metro-cities for exhibiting solidarity for the affected Students.


Some of our Beloved CMs have stood in solidarity for the cause, protecting their citizen from any such voluptuous violence.
Mamta Banerjee, CM of West Bengal has been out on street with the students protesting. She even ensured safety for the students of AMU, Murshidabad. It was sourced that, she helped them evacuate the campus to their soonest before it could be attacked by the goons vehemently.

Read also : Mumbai pulls an all-nighter for Protest .

Uddhav Thackrey, CM of Maharashtra has come out in full support for his fellow citizens. With the rapidly expanding number of students protesting in Mumbai, he assured them safety through his tweet, “I want to assure the Youth of Maharashtra that I won’t let anything happen to them and they are completely safe. There will be serious repercussions if anyone tries to repeat what happened last night in the JNU campus in Maharashtra. –CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackrey”.

Being political leaders and leading the state, they did voice the distress and came out to protect their citizens. It does take enormous guts to hold a Spine when your lead is under this kind of a rulling Government.

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Kharghar saw long queues in the supermarket, Empty parks in the middle of the lockdown

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Once again, the Kharghar police had to use the public address system to remind people of section 144 placed in the state to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. A significant number of the public decided to leave their homes on Tuesday morning and were seen standing in a line without having to maintain a gap of three feet in order to prevent social interaction.

“We have been standing in the queue since morning, as we learned that there won’t be the supply of vegetables and fruits, starting Wednesday. We came to Reliance Fresh at Sector 19 and were greeted by a long queue. While they ensured that only four to five people entered the shop at a times, the queue outside was only becoming longer and longer,” said Rajiv Tyagi, a local resident.

Interestingly, the scene was very similar at almost every corner of the street, where grocery stores and dairy shops were open apart from chemistry stores. The buzzing Kharghar, especially around ISKCON and Central Park, which usually have a large number of morning walkers and joggers today, had a grim look, with barely a few people who didn’t want to miss their routine.

“Central Park has been shut for last almost a week and will remain shut for the public until March 31. We used to walk around the boundary of Central Park, but many elderly people have stopped coming for even their morning walks. Around seven to eight public gardens are locked, due to which even people are not gathering for their laughter and yoga sessions,” said Pradeep Inamdar (65), a resident of Sector 19, who is also Vice President of Sector 19 Residents Association and ALM.

 

 

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Middle Eastern Schools come up with a Smart Solution in the Corona-Epidemic.

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The Middle Eastern Countries like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Qatar have come up with a smart solution from the Corona-Epidemic. As the countries have circulated a notice of staying indoors for 2 weeks and not travelling to Schools or public spaces. The months of Feb-April are considered to be the year-end for schools as they conduct final examinations. Due to the epidemic, the student’s year shall get affected in terms of Studies. The schools decided to provide online assessments and lectures till the government resumes to work.

The Middle East has been affected ghastly due to the neighbouring countries and visitors, the epidemic has spread like a blare in the countries, Kuwait recorded 53 cases, Bahrain recorded 49 cases, UAE recorded 27 cases, Oman recorded 12 cases, Qatar recorded 2 cases and Saudi Arabia has recorded 2 cases within a week. The cases have been increasing due to the Irani travellers as well as the Asian visitors. The respective governments have decided to stop any airfares coming or going from the country. They have suspended the road travellers and ex-pats in the country, to safeguard the citizens and control the epidemic.

With the new rule of online assessments, the education system of the Middle East has come at ease. It is still an attempt to make the functioning lucrative, but there is hope to create the working sector functional without the need of travelling, as the conditions have been on a rampage with the Corona-Outbreak all around the world. These new steps shall help them get the epidemic in control and eradicate its outcomes as soon as possible from their nations. UAE has suspended Private schools for 4 weeks from Sunday, whereas Bahrain has suspended the Public and Private Education Institutions for 2 weeks.

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We will Miss Modji’s spellbound aura on Social Media handles.

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Our beloved PM, Narendra Modiji announced his sabbatical from social media which has grabbed the front pages of the newspapers and the most trending topic for content creators and distributors. Modiji has inspired us with his travel vlogs, a daily dossier of his quirky ideologies, and his bond with Trump. Oh boy, there is soo much to miss about him. His yoga pictures won’t go viral anymore, he has indeed been a social media star. Modiji has been the prime content provider to the memers, troll factors, as well as those, beguile media agencies that could be termed as “Godi Media”.

The social media’s frolic had just begun with the tweet and they couldn’t keep calm. Two groups began to divide nationally, for and anti-adieu of Modiji. Let’s look back at Modiji’s journey on social media with his inspiring quotes on some really special days.

He voiced his concerns about the national distresses, supported foreign affairs. He has been truly an inspiration for those newbies on social media. He aced his hashtag game as well as his captivating selfies. His world tour was such an inspo for all of us who desire to be wanderlust. Not only captivated us with his foreign tours but also with his food blogs and those flamboyant looks with numerous ethnicities. Oh Boy! He is truly going to be missed post-Sunday. Can we please ask him to keep posting is daily dossier at least on one social media handle.

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