Indore: Police Inspector died due to corona in Aurobindo hospital
Indore: Police Inspector died due to corona in Aurobindo hospital

Indore: Due to Corona epidemic, the number of deaths in the country is constantly increasing. Madhya Pradesh has recorded the highest number of deaths due to corona after Maharashtra. Corona-infected police inspector Devendra Chandravanshi has died in the middle of the ongoing war against Corona in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

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Health workers and policemen are also coming under the grip of coronavirus. Indore of Madhya Pradesh remains a major hotspot of corona infection. In Indore, many health workers and policemen have also come under the grip of Coronavirus. In these, the investigation report of Police Inspector Devendra Chandravanshi was also found positive. Police Inspector Devendra Chandravanshi was admitted to the hospital after being found infected with Corona. 45-year-old Devendra Chandravanshi was the police station in-charge of Juni police station. He was undergoing treatment at Aurovindo Hospital for the last 10 days. However, he succumbed during treatment at three o'clock in the night.

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There is a continuous increase in the number of patients infected with the coronavirus in the country. So far, more than 14700 coronavirus patients have been confirmed in the country. More than 1300 coronavirus infected patients have come forward in Madhya Pradesh.

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