Former King of Nepal and his wife under grip of coronavirus, they were in Haridwar Kumbh
Former King of Nepal and his wife under grip of coronavirus, they were in Haridwar Kumbh

Kathmandu: Former Nepalese king Gyanendra Shah and his wife and former Queen Komal Shah have been found corona positive on their return from India after attending the Mahakumbh in Haridwar. This information was given in media reports on Tuesday. According to the Health Ministry, the 73-year-old former king and 70-year-old former Queen have recently returned to Nepal from India. He had taken a holy bath during Mahakumbh at Har Ki Pauri in Haridwar.

Tell us that Mahakumbh is a religious confluence of Hindu saints and devotees. According to reports, their samples were tested RTPCR, which confirmed covid-19 infection. According to the report, hundreds of people had gathered at Kathmandu airport on their return to Nepal to welcome the former king and former Queen. Authorities have started tracking people who came in contact with the couple so that they can be investigated.

Gyanendra became the king of Nepal in 2001 after his elder brother Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev and his family members were massacred in the royal palace.  Birendra's son Dipendra was found guilty of genocide in the investigation.  He was also among the dead.  Shah had to step down in 2008 after the revolt and the centuries-old monarchy was abolished.  After that, the Constituent Assembly transformed the country into a republic.

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