Jharkhand CM Self Isolates After Minister Tests Positive


Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has moved to Self-Quarantine. His residence office is being sealed and isolated. Labor Minister Satyanand Bhokta has also quarantined himself home. Along with the Chief Minister, his Principal Secretary Rajiv Arun Ekka, Education Secretary Rahul Sharma, Press Advisor Abhishek Prasad, Private Secretary Sunil Srivastava, ADG RK Mallik, MLA Naveen Jaiswal, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha spokesperson Manoj Pandey will soon undergo a Corona inquiry. The situation will be clear only after the report comes.

It is worth mentioning that along with the Chief Minister, several top officials of the government and police attended the Home Entry program of Drinking Water and Sanitation Minister Mithilesh Thakur’s Awaaz in Ranchi on July 3. Minister Mithilesh was found corona infected last night and admitted him to the Kovid-19 ward of Rheims. On the same day, Mathura Mahto, MLA of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, who was in power from Tundi, also met CM Soren in the project building. MLA Mahato also tested Corona positive.

The Chief Minister has said that he himself has gone to Home Quarantine following the ICMR guidelines. Because he had met Corinha-infected minister Mithilesh Thakur and MLA Mathura Mahato in the past. It is being told that Minister Mithilesh Thakur also visited Garhwa. There is a possibility of their being infected from there. Contact tracing is being done under medical protocol.

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