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"Jamaatis spread corona among policemen", says Bhopal ADG Upendra Jain

Madhya Pradesh government has taken several effective steps to prevent corona. But the corona infection is still spreading. Indore and Bhopal, in particular, are becoming the most victims of the virus. Meanwhile, Bhopal ADG Upendra Jain has revealed that policemen have been infected due to the Jamaatiss. He said that a series of corona infections occurred in the police due to the Jamaatiss from the Markaz of Delhi. Police personnel went to the police station, went home, met the staff, met the family members, met the fellow policemen. In this way, a long chain of the corona was formed in the police and family.

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In his statement, Jain said that its story started with the policemen of Aishbagh and Jehangirabad area. There was no earlier infection in these areas, but due to the presence of Jamaatiss, the infection spread here. On analysis, it was found that the virus spread due to Jamaatiss. 32 foreign and domestic Jamaatiss were investigated in the city.

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