Delhi news, Delhi news today, Delhi latest news: Railway Board office sealed, Railway Board will remain completely closed for two days. A Railway Protection Force (RPF) jawan found corona positive. Railway Board’s Joint Secretary B. Majumdar issued the order stating that the entire building of the Railway Board will remain sealed on two Thursdays and Fridays due to the arrival of corona positive to an employee. The Railway Board will remain completely closed for two days. The entire building will be able to start functioning from Monday after going through sanitization. The RPF Jawan was posted at RPF headquarters at Railway Board. After the symptoms of the corona, he was however sent to home-quarantine our sources informed chauhansameer.com.
Delhi News today: Railway board office sealed for two days.
The entire fourth floor was evacuated in view of the positive report on Wednesday. Then, in the evening, the Order for The Railway Board was issued at the time of the holiday. Director-General, RPF Arun Kumar said that the report of a Jawan was being fully cautious before the positive came, which was the reason why the Jawan was sent to quarantine a week before the target came. The entire office of the Railway Board will remain closed when a number of very important coordination on railway operations was being played by the board. A senior official said on the question, even at the time of lockdown, all necessary work was being disposed of from home. There will still be no problem. He said, as the northern Railway headquarters is in Delhi, all railway operations are under the supervision of the general manager of Northern Railway and the concerned DRM.
Delhi News: Saket court judge to be quarantined after a witness found corona positive.
Delhi’s Saket court issued a circular on Wednesday stating that two judges have quarantined themselves for 14 days after coming into contact with the corona infected patient. According to a circular issued by District Judge Nina Bansal Krishna, the Metropolitan Magistrate posted in the Tis Hazan District Court had come in contact with a corona virus infected on May 6, which was produced before him to file a statement. After getting the information, the judge and his wife took themselves to quarantine. The wife of the judge who came in contact with the infected patient said that in view of government guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus epidemic, they have separated themselves for 14 days in their home. A circular has also been sent to the Registrar General of Delhi High Court for necessary action. Thereafter, District Judge Girish Kathpalia issued necessary guidelines to judicial officers, administrative officers, and staff and officers posted in the Tees Hazari court premises in the wake of the Corona pandemic. Visit chauhansameer.com for Delhi news, Delhi news today, Delhi latest news, and opinions.