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Kanika Kapoor building unsealed sparks controversy, Lucknow district administration questioned

A singer Kanika kapoor was the very first Bollywood celebrity to test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) and was under treatment at Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science Hospital in Lucknow. After testing negative, she was released from the hospital and returned home to the Shalimar Gallant building where she is quarantined at home for 14 days as a precaution.Also Read – Kanika Kapoor to be Questioned by Lucknow Police on FIR After Lockdown, Read On

Now a new controversy has sparked where the Lucknow District Administration is questioned for failing to seal the company where Kanika lives. Earlier, it was said that places where COVID-19 positive patients were found would be treated as hot spots and would be sealed. Also Read – Kanika Kapoor finally tests negative for coronavirus, will be kept in quarantine until she tests negative again

The officials are questioned by the inhabitants. A resident of Mahanagar region said: “It seems that the district administration did not seal the Kanika Kapoor building due to pressure from some prominent figures. The lives of thousands of Mahanagar residents are now endangered by the administration. Also read – Coronavirus + Kanika Kapoor was ‘asked to change clothes behind curtain’ in hospital, family say

Meanwhile, the Lucknow District Magistrate said Kanika is in good health and therefore the building has not been sealed or identified as a hot spot.

Kanika Kapoor has faced criticism for not revealing her travel history and isolating herself soon after arriving from London. The government of Uttar Pradesh has also filed a complaint against her.

In addition, containment has been extended until April 30.e. Following a consensus between the state and the center on extending the ongoing lockdown, a plan was developed to classify the country into three different zones: red, orange and green, based on the number of positive cases reported. . The total number of coronavirus cases in India has reached 8,356 and the death toll has risen to 273.