Bangalore News Live: Quarantine primary, secondary contacts of Covid patients, orders K’taka govt amid Omicron threat

Bangalore News Live: Quarantine primary, secondary contacts of Covid patients, orders K’taka govt amid Omicron threat

Bangalore earthquakeactive Covid-19 Cases Live, Bengaluru, Karnataka Omicron News Rearmost Updates, 22 December Meanwhile,pro-Kannada organizations have called for a statewide bandh in Karnataka on Dec 31 against the recent vandalization of the statue of freedom fighter Sangolli Rayanna in Belagavi.

Bengaluru Live news A day after the Union Health Ministry asked the countries to extinguish Covid war apartments and enhance restrictions and surveillance in the background of rising cases of Omicron, the Karnataka government Wednesday directed the health officersdeputy officers,

Aand quarter surveillance officers to steadfastly tracktrace and counterblockade primary and secondary connections of persons infected by Covid-19. Presently, around 300 Coivd cases are being reported daily in Karnataka and the Test Positivity Rate (TPR) is between0.25 percent and0.3 per cent. As of date, 19 cases of Omicron have been detected in Karnataka.

In a major development,pro-Kannada organizations have called for a statewide bandh in Karnataka on December 31 against the recent vandalization of the statue of famed Kannada legionnaire and freedom fighter Sangolli Rayanna in Belagavi. The statue was allegedly defaced by activists of the Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti (MES). A series of retaliatory skirmishes have taken place in recent days between Kannada and Marathi activists in corridor of Karnataka as well as Maharashtra.

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Meanwhile, a coalition of 40 organizations took out a kick march in Bengaluru from Mysore Bank Circle to Freedom Park on Wednesday, against the anti-conversion Bill, which is slated to be batted upon in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly on Thursday. The kick was attended by Bengaluru Archbishop Peter Machado. “ Now that the contents of the bill are read by all, they say it isn’t affecting only the Christians, but also the larger society. It’s the question of sequestration, the question of marriage, the question of women, Dalits, Muslims,” Peter Machado said.

The state government had on Tuesday tabled the controversial Karnataka Protection of Right to Freedom of Religion Bill 2021, generally known as the anti-conversion bill, during the ongoing downtime session in Belagavi.

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