China's 'Zero Kovid' policy, forcibly people are being forced to live in metal boxes China's 'Zero Kovid' policy, forcibly people are being forced to live in metal boxes

China's 'Zero Kovid' policy, forcibly people are being forced to live in metal boxes

China's 'Zero Kovid' policy, forcibly people are being forced to live in metal boxes Pregnant women, children and the elderly are being forced to live in cramped boxes for two weeks.  Due to the increasing cases of Corona, different types of Kovid protocol are being followed in other countries including India. Meanwhile, care is also being taken that the citizens do not face any kind of trouble while getting the protocols followed. At the same time, the policy that China is adopting to stop the spread of corona here seems to be causing trouble for the people.   China has imposed many strict rules on its citizens under its "Zero Kovid" policy. Lakhs of people have been quarantined. These people are being forced to live inside metal boxes. Let us tell you that Beijing is preparing to host next month's Winter Olympics.   According to the Daily Mail report, pregnant women, children and the elderly are being forced to stay in these cramped boxes for two weeks. Even if only one person is found corona positive in their area. Wooden beds and toilets are arranged in these boxes. It is being told that in many areas people were told after midnight that they need to leave their homes and go to quarantine centers.   According to the report, about 20 million people are imprisoned in their homes in China and they have been banned from going out of their homes even to buy food. After this strict lockdown, a pregnant Chinese woman miscarried. There is a delay in reaching her medical treatment. Since then there has been a debate on China's zero Kovid policy. Let us tell you that for the first time in the year 2019, coronavirus was detected in China.

China's 'Zero Kovid' policy, forcibly people are being forced to live in metal boxes

Pregnant women, children and the elderly are being forced to live in cramped boxes for two weeks.

Due to the increasing cases of Corona, different types of Kovid protocol are being followed in other countries including India. Meanwhile, care is also being taken that the citizens do not face any kind of trouble while getting the protocols followed. At the same time, the policy that China is adopting to stop the spread of corona here seems to be causing trouble for the people. 

China has imposed many strict rules on its citizens under its "Zero Kovid" policy. Lakhs of people have been quarantined. These people are being forced to live inside metal boxes. Let us tell you that Beijing is preparing to host next month's Winter Olympics. 

According to the Daily Mail report, pregnant women, children and the elderly are being forced to stay in these cramped boxes for two weeks. Even if only one person is found corona positive in their area. Wooden beds and toilets are arranged in these boxes. It is being told that in many areas people were told after midnight that they need to leave their homes and go to quarantine centers. 

According to the report, about 20 million people are imprisoned in their homes in China and they have been banned from going out of their homes even to buy food. After this strict lockdown, a pregnant Chinese woman miscarried. There is a delay in reaching her medical treatment. Since then there has been a debate on China's zero Kovid policy. Let us tell you that for the first time in the year 2019, coronavirus was detected in China.


Dr. S Somnath will be the new chairman of ISRO, know interesting things about him  Presently Dr. Somnath is the Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Center (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He is an expert in a range of disciplines including Launch Vehicle Design  Indian aerospace engineer and rocket scientist Dr S Somnath has been appointed as the new chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Somnath will replace Kailasavadivoo Sivan, who is completing his extended term on Friday.   Know interesting things: The Center on Wednesday appointed Dr. S. Somnath as Secretary, Department of Space and Chairman of the Space Commission. A Personnel Ministry order said that his appointment is for a combined term of three years from the date of joining the post, including extension in tenure beyond the age of retirement in public interest.   Somnath is an expert in many disciplines including Launch Vehicle Design and has expertise in Launch Vehicle System Engineering, Structural Design, Structural Dynamics, Integration Design and Processes, Mechanism Design and Pyrotechnics.   Presently Dr. Somnath is the Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Center (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He was the team leader for the integration of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) early in his career.   Dr. Somnath was born in July 1963. He completed his graduation in Mechanical Engineering with second position from the University of Kerala. At the same time, he did his post-graduation with a gold medal in Aerospace Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.   He said on Wednesday that the Indian space sector needs to be developed to provide business opportunities for private companies and there is also a need to change the Indian space program keeping in mind the needs of future generations. Expressing the need to increase the space budget from the current Rs 15,000-16,000 crore to more than Rs 20,000-50,000 crore, he said, "But the increase in the space budget cannot come only from government funding or support, such as telecommunications and air travel." The changes that took place in such areas, the same changes should happen here as well. This can create more employment opportunities and increase R&D.


Dr. S Somnath will be the new chairman of ISRO, know interesting things about him

Presently Dr. Somnath is the Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Center (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He is an expert in a range of disciplines including Launch Vehicle Design

Indian aerospace engineer and rocket scientist Dr S Somnath has been appointed as the new chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Somnath will replace Kailasavadivoo Sivan, who is completing his extended term on Friday. 

Know interesting things:

The Center on Wednesday appointed Dr. S. Somnath as Secretary, Department of Space and Chairman of the Space Commission. A Personnel Ministry order said that his appointment is for a combined term of three years from the date of joining the post, including extension in tenure beyond the age of retirement in public interest. 

Somnath is an expert in many disciplines including Launch Vehicle Design and has expertise in Launch Vehicle System Engineering, Structural Design, Structural Dynamics, Integration Design and Processes, Mechanism Design and Pyrotechnics. 

Presently Dr. Somnath is the Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Center (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He was the team leader for the integration of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) early in his career. 

Dr. Somnath was born in July 1963. He completed his graduation in Mechanical Engineering with second position from the University of Kerala. At the same time, he did his post-graduation with a gold medal in Aerospace Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. 

He said on Wednesday that the Indian space sector needs to be developed to provide business opportunities for private companies and there is also a need to change the Indian space program keeping in mind the needs of future generations. Expressing the need to increase the space budget from the current Rs 15,000-16,000 crore to more than Rs 20,000-50,000 crore, he said, "But the increase in the space budget cannot come only from government funding or support, such as telecommunications and air travel." The changes that took place in such areas, the same changes should happen here as well. This can create more employment opportunities and increase R&D.


The government opposed the Supreme Court Bar's constitutional request for life imprisonment  The government made a constitutional request to the Supreme Court bar regarding lifelong disqualification.  The government has opposed the constitutional petition of the Supreme Court Bar regarding lifelong political disqualification . It is being taken which will benefit only two or four people and 22 crore people are not related to it. Regarding the Usman Mirza case, Farooq Naseem said that the evidence is so strong that even if the plaintiff or the witness is deceived, no one will be involved in the case. Will not affect The government will pursue the case till the end. It is to be noted that the President of the Supreme Court Bar Association has prepared a petition for termination of lifelong disqualification under Article 62 (One F) of the Constitution which will be filed soon . It will be filed by Ahsan Bhawan, President, Supreme Court Bar Association.  The petition seeks to apply the principle of lifelong disqualification only in electoral disputes. The petition filed in the Supreme Court states that the interpretation of Article 184 and Article 99 will also be sought.  It may be recalled that on July 28, 2017, the Supreme Court , while ruling in the Panama Leaks case against the Sharif family, had disqualified the then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif , after which the then Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Secretary General Jahangir Tareen was disqualified in the Faring Funding case. Later, a debate was started on the term of disqualification of members of the Assembly who were disqualified under Article 62F of the Constitution, after which the then Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar headed to determine the period. A five-member larger bench of the Supreme Court was constituted.  The Supreme Court in its judgment in the case of interpretation of the period of disqualification under Article 62 (1) (f) had said that the Members of Parliament disqualified under this provision of the Constitution would be disqualified for life. Led by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar . A five-member larger bench comprising Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, Justice Umar Ata Bandial, Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah on February 14 after hearing 13 petitions seeking interpretation of the period of disqualification under Article 62 (1) (f). The reserved decision was announced in 2018.

The government opposed the Supreme Court Bar's constitutional request for life imprisonment

The government made a constitutional request to the Supreme Court bar regarding lifelong disqualification.

The government has opposed the constitutional petition of the Supreme Court Bar regarding lifelong political disqualification . It is being taken which will benefit only two or four people and 22 crore people are not related to it. Regarding the Usman Mirza case, Farooq Naseem said that the evidence is so strong that even if the plaintiff or the witness is deceived, no one will be involved in the case. Will not affect

The government will pursue the case till the end. It is to be noted that the President of the Supreme Court Bar Association has prepared a petition for termination of lifelong disqualification under Article 62 (One F) of the Constitution which will be filed soon . It will be filed by Ahsan Bhawan, President, Supreme Court Bar Association.

The petition seeks to apply the principle of lifelong disqualification only in electoral disputes. The petition filed in the Supreme Court states that the interpretation of Article 184 and Article 99 will also be sought.

It may be recalled that on July 28, 2017, the Supreme Court , while ruling in the Panama Leaks case against the Sharif family, had disqualified the then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif , after which the then Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Secretary General Jahangir Tareen was disqualified in the Faring Funding case. Later, a debate was started on the term of disqualification of members of the Assembly who were disqualified under Article 62F of the Constitution, after which the then Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar headed to determine the period. A five-member larger bench of the Supreme Court was constituted.

The Supreme Court in its judgment in the case of interpretation of the period of disqualification under Article 62 (1) (f) had said that the Members of Parliament disqualified under this provision of the Constitution would be disqualified for life. Led by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar . A five-member larger bench comprising Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, Justice Umar Ata Bandial, Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah on February 14 after hearing 13 petitions seeking interpretation of the period of disqualification under Article 62 (1) (f). The reserved decision was announced in 2018.


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