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Coronavirus does not spread via poultry: FSSAI

In a statement, amid rumors that poultry consumption that spread the Coronavirus, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), stated that the predominant COVID-19 route or transmission appears to be human to human as per OIE, although COVID-19 may have had an animal source that needs further investigation. FSSAI further said in any report globally, Poultry has not been found to be involved in the transmission of the deadly virus to humans so far. Src: https://bit.ly/39IZPlw

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Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Gujjar granted bail by Delhi court

Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Gujjar, who open fired in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh area on 1st February where anti-CAA protests were going on has been granted bail by a Delhi Court. The Delhi Police had opposed the bail plea. Kapil Gujjar had fired three bullets in the air after warning anti-CAA protesters to disperse. After firing the shots he had told media that no one but Hindus will get what they want in this nation. In his initial statement, Kapil Gujjar had said that he was annoyed at protesters because the road closed by them caused long traffic jams. Src: https://bit.ly/3315lxc

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CAA protesters in Delhi set vehicles on fire just hours before Trump’s visit

Violence is being witnessed in the Bhajanpura and Maujpur neighborhoods of northeast Delhi since the morning as the CAA for and against protesters became violent and started to throw stones at each other. In videos from the clash, an auto-rickshaw can be seen set ablaze and a man dressed in a red shirt can be seen running towards an unarmed Delhi Police officer waving a gun. Responding to news of the violence Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called it "very distressing news”. Src: https://bit.ly/2HP8Ywj


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Supreme Court sends notice to UP on confiscating property of anti-CAA protesters

The Supreme Court has sent notice to the Uttar Pradesh government for its administration’s move to confiscate the property of people who protested against the citizenship law last month. Parwaiz Arif Titu, a lawyer has petitioned the top court and asked the Supreme Court to order a judicial inquiry into the violence that took place in the state during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, or CAA. After the violent outbreak, a news agency quoted that CM Yogi said, “We will take revenge from them by seizing their property” Src: https://bit.ly/2OgnYqD

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