The Delhi Chief Minister said that things that did not change for the past 70 years would change once AAP comes to power in Gujarat.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's visit this time holds significance as the party is preparing to contest in the upcoming Assembly polls scheduled to be conducted in December 2022.
The government also allowed the holding of tests such as IELTS and TOEFL which are required for admissions to colleges and universities in foreign countries.
The saffron party could see a reverse swing in Bengal even as workers quit in droves in Gujarat and dissent brews in Uttar Pradesh.
After being hit by a devastating second wave of the coronavirus, Gujarat has been witnessing a steady drop in new cases. On Tuesday, the state reported 695 new COVID-19 cases and 11 related deaths.
Senior leaders Shaktisinh Gohil, Bharatsinh Solanki and Arjun Modhwadia are reportedly in the race for the post of state Congress president, sources said. The high command is keen to appoint the state in charge too.
The administration has also formed a committee to overlook events of shortages of medical oxygen even during the worst of pandemic situations, unlike in the second wave.
CM Rupani, in a video address, said that eligible beneficiaries in the age group of 18 to 44 will be administered vaccines across the state at 1,200 centres.
No patient in the ayurveda treatment group reported any worsening of symptoms or the need to be admitted to an ICU, nor did any patient died, and they recovered in zero to three days.
In its application, the IMA has alleged that Ramdev is trying to incite people against doctors. This comes after he claimed that allopathy is a "stupid science" and "lakh of people died after consuming allopathy medicines".
Public spaces like educational institutions, auditoriums, theatres, malls, community halls, water parks, spas, gyms, gardens and swimming pools, will all remain closed in the cities.
There are currently 43,611 active cases in the state of which 562 are battling against the deadly infection on the ventilator. So far 1,65,13,240 people have been vaccinated under the state's vaccination drive.
Gujarat at present has 49,082 active cases, out of which 583 are on ventilator support. A total of 1,62,76,699 crore people have been inoculated so far. Approximately 2.26 lakh people were given jabs per day in the state.
The state government had earlier this month denied allegations of coronavirus deaths being under-reported. As per the latest government data so far, 9,701 people have succumbed to the viral infection in the state.
Ahmedabad with 596 fresh cases, reported the highest number of fresh infections in the day in Gujarat, followed by 499 in Vadodara, 445 in Surat, 303 in Rajkot, 156 in Jamnagar, 134 in Junagadh and 76 in Gandhinagar.
Ahmedabad has contributed majorly to the state's caseload and also leads the list with the most deaths reported. According to an official release, so far 1,50,67,752 people have been vaccinated under the state's vaccination drive.
There has been a decline in coronavirus cases in the state. The state reported 12,000 new cases daily in the last week of April, which has come down to around 5,000 cases per day.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani also said that 152 out of 219 power sub-stations, which were shut down due to the cyclone, were fixed and made operational with the help of 15,000 men.
Extensive damage has been caused to crops in Gujarat as the severe cyclonic storm swept across the western coast.