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Headley calls Hafiz Saeed ‘Uncle’ and lakhvi ‘his friend’




Hafiz Saeed’s code name was ‘uncle’ and Lashkar commander Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi’s code name was ‘his friend’
David Coleman Headley, a US national, is deposing in a Mumbai court via video link on the 2008 attack as a witness for the prosecution.

During his testimony in a Mumbai court,Headley said in his emails he referred Hafiz Saeed as “old uncle” and Lashkar commander Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi as ‘friend.”

Headley tells that mail indicated that investigation might be conducted on them and they cud be arrested,so he got concerned for Hafiz Saeed. headley said that Lashkar’s Sajid Mir had assured him that nothing will happen to Hafiz Saeed.

The mail that was written from [email protected] included”old uncle (Hafiz Saeed) got H1 Virus too? Doctor in hosp want to give check up”.

On Aug 28, 2009,a mail was written from [email protected] to Sajid Mir. In this mail,content of mail included “old uncle got H1 Virus too?”

Sajid Mir (LeT) replied to me on September 3, 2009, “every uncle is doing well what they are supposed to”.

Construction of land owned by me in Karachi was talked about: David Headley on being asked the meaning of “Is land matter solved?”

Sajid Mir assured me that nothing will happen to Hafiz Sahab.

On August 31, 2009, Sajid Mir replied to Headley “Is land matter solved”? My uncle is moving like tornado. Regards to Dr Sahab (Dr Rana)”

On July 8, 2009, Headley wrote in mail “how is uncle doing’?. Sajid Mir replied “Uncle is doing well and flying high”

I sent this mail (to LeT’s Sajid Mir) because Govt of Pakistan was interrogating various people of LeT and I was concerned about it.

I sent this mail because after terror attack in Mumbai, Govt of Pakistan carried out investigation.

I interacted with Rajaram Rege via email when I was in Pakistan and the US.


Unlock 1.0: Status quo for DTC, restaurants in Delhi

For marriage related gatherings, maximum 50 guests are allowed. For funeral or last rites related gatherings maximum 20 persons are allowed, it added.





New Delhi, June 1 : As the Delhi government on Monday issued guidelines for ‘Unlock 1.0’, it maintained status quo for restaurants, permitted to operate kitchens for home delivery and takeaway of food items, and DTC with not more than 20 passengers at a time.

In an order, signed by Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority extended the lockdown period in the containment zones in the national capital up to June 30, while allowing some more relaxations across the city outside containment zones. Dev, in his capacity as Chairperson, State Executive Committee, said all private as well as government offices will be permitted to function in full strength.

“However, for private offices, as far as possible, the practice of work from home should be followed,” it said.

The order said restaurants will be permitted to operate kitchens for home delivery and takeaway of food items.

The government allowed the intra-state movement of buses — DTC as well as cluster — with the condition that not more than 20 passengers shall be allowed at one time inside.

Before entering into the bus, each passenger will be screened through a thermal gun on ”best effort” basis.

“The Transport Department shall deploy an adequate number of bus marshals inside each bus at all times for maintaining social distancing inside the bus and restricting the number of passengers to 20,” the order said.

The transportation of passengers, other than by buses, shall also be allowed. “After disembarking every passenger, the driver should disinfect the passenger sitting area.”

For shops and markets, the order said all markets and market complexes will remain open.

“Social distancing (2 Gaz ki doori) will be maintained in all cases. If social distancing is not maintained by any shop, then the said shop shall be liable to be closed in view of public health hazard involved in containing the spread of Covid-19 pandemic and the shopkeeper shall also be liable for prosecution under the relevant laws,” the order said.

It said the industrial establishments will be permitted to function.

“Construction activities shall be permitted wherever the workers are available on site or could be transported to the site from within Delhi.”

For marriage related gatherings, maximum 50 guests are allowed. For funeral or last rites related gatherings maximum 20 persons are allowed, it added.

The order said the RWAs cannot prevent any person from performing their services and duties which has been permitted under these guidelines.

The order said the containment zones lockdown will continue to remain in force in the containment zones till June 30.

“In the containment zones, only essential activities shall be allowed. There shall be strict perimeter control to ensure that there is no movement of people in or out of these zones except for medical emergencies and for maintaining supply of essential goods and services.”

In the containment zones, there should be intensive contact tracing, house-to-house surveillance and other clinical interventions, as required by guidelines of Union Health Ministry.

“All other activities will be permitted, except those which are specifically prohibited. However, in containment zones, only essential activities shall be allowed,” the order said.

Also, persons above 65 years of age with comorbidities, pregnant women and children below the age of 10 years are advised to stay at home, except for essential and health purposes, it added.

The order said that there will be unrestricted movement of persons and goods within Delhi and no separate permission will be required for these movements.

“In view of the current public health situation in Delhi, the inter-state movement of non-residents of Delhi, into the territory of Delhi shall be allowed only on the production of e-passes issued for essential services or in case of emergent circumstances by authorities of respective State, UT or District Magistrates of Delhi. However, government employees shall be allowed on the production of Government ID cards,” it said.

However, the movement by passenger trains and flights will continue to be regulated as per the SOPs issued.

The order also said that Aarogya Setu enables early identification of potential risk of infection and thus acts as a shield for individuals and the community and advises its use.


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First case of community transmission reported in Goa: Health Minister




community transmission

Panaji, June 1 : Goa reported its first instance of community transmission on Monday, with five persons from a family based in South Goa’s Vasco town, including two minor boys and a pregnant woman, as well as the family’s physician testing positive for Covid-19.

Speaking to reporters Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said, that the area in which the family resided, needed to be treated as a containment zone.

“There is local transmission in Goa (now). I feel it is necessary to declare this as a containment zone,” Rane said, adding that efforts were being made to reach out to people who were in contact of the family as well as the doctor.

Rane also said, that the first person to test positive from the family had travelled outside the state on fish procurement business. The infection was passed on to the rest of the family members.

“He was a fisherman who used to bring fish from outside the state. We are tracking this. Since even the doctor is positive, we have to track everything and cordon off the area. For about 14 days, we will be testing persons from the area,” Rane said.

Rane also said, that a spurt in community transmission could create load on the state”s health infrastructure.

“It is a case of local transmission. Across the country too there is community transmission. Goa can”t be isolated,” the Health Minister said.

“There will be a load on our facilities. We will take steps. This is our first instance (of community transmission). It is my view that containment zone have to be created. And if there are more cases the containment zone will have to expanded,” he said.

With the new spurt in cases, Goa”s tally of active Covid-19 patients in 32.


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Delhi has 6,670 Covid beds, around 4k vacant: Govt





New Delhi, June 1 : The Delhi government has arranged for 6,670 Covid beds across the city with only 2,692 occupied as of Monday morning, as per the data provided by the government in its ‘Delhi corona’ mobile app.

The mobile app, to be launched on Tuesday officially, says as of Monday morning, 58 private hospitals were offering Covid beds, however, 52 of these have zero occupancy.

It says a total of 6,670 Covid beds are ready with 2,692 occupied while 3,978 vacant.

At least seven government hospitals — including central and the city — were offering 3,916 beds, of which 1,862 beds were vacant.

“Till 9 a.m. on Monday, total 2,054 beds were occupied in the seven government hospitals,” the data said.

Among the six private hospitals having patients were — Max Hospital offering 225 beds with 197 occupied. Indraprastha Apollo hospital offers 144 beds and 117 are occupied as of Monday morning.

Sir Ganga Ram City and Kolmet Hospitals offer 120 and 42 beds respectively, and of these 106 and 33 beds are occupied.

The other private hospitals offering dedicated facilities are — Maa Durga Charitable Trust (81 of 100 beds occupied) and Batra (61 of 66 beds occupied).

As per the data, Delhi has a total 302 ventilators, with 38 occupied till Monday morning.

On Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the government is developing a mobile app to give information on beds and ventilators availability in the city government hospitals and it will be launched on Monday.

However, on Monday, he said it will be launched on Tuesday. Speaking to the media, he said while the health infrastructure in Delhi has been made adequate, family members of coronavirus patients are still confused about where to take them for treatment.

“They are not sure about the beds and ventilators available in the hospitals. For the convenience of the people and to eliminate such issues, we are developing an app that will be launched on Monday,” he said.


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