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Brazil President appeal PM Narendra Modi to export hydroxychloroquine gave example of Ramayana

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Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, written letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a letter he has given an example of Hindu epic – the Ramayana, besides Christianity’s central figure Jesus. Ask modi to export the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine, which can be used to treat coronavirus (COVID-19), patients.

 

Bolsonaro had asked for the supply of the drug, from India on Wednesday that is being used as a cure for the deadly virus, over a phone call with the Indian minister. The letter was written to Modi he had a conversation on phone call. Brazil has over 14,000 cases and has so far recorded 688 deaths the highest in South America.

References to both Ramayana and Christ were made against the backdrop of the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the world. India had banned the export of the drug on 26 March but after US President Donald Trump’s appeal, it allowed supplies on Tuesday.

 

According to media a letter which is written by President Bolsonaro“The way Lord Hanuman brought the holy medicine from the Himalayas to save the life of Lord Rama’s brother Laksmana, and also gives the example of Jesus who healed those who were sick and restored sight to Bartimeu, India, and Brazil will overcome this global crisis by joining forces and sharing blessings for the sake of all people”.

 

In India, the reference to the holy medicine would immediately be understood as an sign to the Sanjeevani herb, believed to have powers to heal. In Ramayana the herb is mentioned when demon king Ravana’s son Meghnada injures Lakshman, brother of the Hindu deity Rama, in a battle. Lakshman is badly injured and Hanuman is called by Rama to bring the herb from a mountain in the Himalayas. On reaching the specified mountain, Hanuman could not identify the herb and carried the whole mountain.

 

The reference to Jesus and Bartimeu relates to an incident narrated in the Bible’s new testament. When Jesus was leaving the town of Jericho with a large crowd, a blind man called Bartimaeus was sitting by the roadside, begging. When he heard that Jesus was passing by, he hailed him. Undeterred by rebukes from the crowd, he kept shouting for Jesus who then called the blind man to him. When asked what he wanted, Bartimaeus said he wanted his sight restored and Jesus granted him.

 

Besides Brazil, many countries have sought supplies of hydroxycholoroquine from India.

 

 

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US based SpaceX launched off rocket ship with two astronauts after nearly a decade

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Elon Musk’s SpaceX company successfully launched off a rocket ship consisting of two NASA astronauts. The rocket ship is on its way from the state of Florida to the International Space Station making it’s impression as the dawn of a new age in commercial space travel.

In almost a decade there was a blastoff from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, this is very significant for the United States as it was launched from there, it brought new hope for the humans to launch into the orbit.

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, aged 49 and 53 respectively, launched at 3:22 pm EDT Saturday atop the company’s Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

With the take off, SpaceX became the first private company to launch people into orbit, this was previously accomplished by three governments: the US, Russia and China. The reusable, gumdrop-shaped capsule called Crew Dragon, would now take the two American astronauts to a 19-hour journey to the International Space Station (ISS). The spacecraft is scheduled to dock with the ISS at 10:29 am EDT on Sunday.

President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and thousands of American citizens had gathered to watch the launch live on a Sunday afternoon.

“I’m so proud of the people, of NASA, public and private. When you see a sight like that, it’s incredible. When you hear that sound — the roar — you can imagine how dangerous it is,” said Trump.

Congressman Kevin McCarthy said “the launch of the spacecraft is testament to American ingenuity and our country’s profound ability to overcome challenges as they arise, particularly in the age of COVID-19″.

In the US more than 1 million people have lost their lives to the coronavirus and more than 40 million people have lost their job. The pandemic has nearly destroyed the economy and pushed it into a recession. The launch of the space craft gave the Americans a reason to celebrate.

 

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COVID-19 WORLD UPDATE:  The toll have reached 61.54 lakhs in the world

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61 lakhs 54 thousand and 35 people are infectious due to the COVID-19 virus. As of now, 27 lakhs 34 thousand and 637 people have recovered. The death toll has reached 3 lakhs 70 thousand and 893. There are 2.72+ lakhs positive cases in Britain whereas 38,000+ patients have died. The government gave permission due to the pressure of the citizens. During this time, the government’s scientist advisors along with deputy chief medical officers came in front of the media and said that they wanted to give freedom but they should follow the guidelines with strictness because the country is in a dangerous zone. 30,000+ cases have been recorded in Brazil in the past 24 hours. The total cases are 5 lakhs.

INDIAN COMPANIES BAGGED THE LICENSE FOR VENTILATOR MANUFACTURING

In this time of crisis, American Space Agency, NASA has given license to manufacture a ventilator to only 18 companies worldwide. Out of 18, 8 are American companies including 3-3 from India and Brazil. The companies which got the license for manufacturing are Alpha design technologies; Bharat Ford Limited and Medha Sarno Drives Limited.

 

TOP 100 affected countries by COVID-19

AMERICA: 18, 16,820 total cases; 1, 05,557 deaths; 5, 35,238 recovered

BRAZIL: 4, 98,440 total cases; 28,834 deaths; 2, 05,371 recovered

RUSSIA: 3, 96,575 total cases; 4,555 deaths; 1, 67,469 recovered

SPAIN: 2, 86,308 total cases; 27,125 deaths; 1, 96,958 recovered

BRITAIN: 2, 72,826 total cases; 38,376 deaths; not available

ITALY:  2, 32,664 total cases; 33, 340 deaths; 1, 55,633 recovered

FRANCE: 1, 86,625 total cases; 28,771 deaths; 68,268 recovered

GERMANY:  1, 83,294 total cases; 8,600 deaths; 1, 64,900 recovered

INDIA: 1, 81, 827 total cases; 5,185

deaths; 86,936 recovered

TURKEY: 1, 63,103 total cases; 4,515 deaths; 1, 26,984 recovered

These numbers are taken from worldometer.in

 

BRAZIL: The number of deaths is more than France

890 have died in the last 24 hours. The total deaths have reached 28 thousand 834. This number is more than France, Europe’s fourth country in terms of COVID-19 cases, deaths. A total of 28,771 people has died in France.

 

AMERICA: 960 deaths in 1 day

960 patients have lost their lives in 1 day and 23,000+ new cases have been recorded and a total of 1 lakhs 5 thousand 557 patients have died whereas toll of total cases has touched 18 lakhs.

 

SPAIN: 271 new cases recorded in 24 hours

The total cases have reached 2 lakh 39 thousand 228 including 271 new cases. This number was told by the health ministry on Saturday.  95 cases were recorded in Madrid and 88 were recorded in Catalonia. 43 people have lost their lives in the last 7 days. The total deaths are 27,125. To take the economy back on track, a 4 phase plan was started in Spain from 28 April. The first phase was started on 11 May.

 

Saudi Arabia: 1618 new cases were found

1618 new cases were found in Saudi Arabia. This information was given by health ministry via a tweet. The total cases have risen to 83,384. 22 new deaths were recorded. As of now, a total of 480 deaths have been recorded while 1870 patients have recovered. The total number of recovered patients have reached 58, 883. The health minister has appealed to the citizen to take precautions.

 

QATAR: 2,355 new cases

2,335 total new cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours. The total number of cases has increased to 55, 262. The number of deaths is still to 36. The improvement in health was seen in 5,235 patients. 25,839 patients have recovered so far.

 

CHILE: 94, 858 cases

Total of 94,858 cases have been recorded in the country. 997 people have lost their lives to this virus. 4,220 new cases and 53 deaths been recorded in the last 24 hours. 40,431 patients have recovered so far.

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Lockdown 5.0:  MP extends lockdown 4.0 till June 15

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Lockdown extended till June 15 in Madhya Pradesh. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced the extension of the lockdown on Saturday. All the schools and colleges will be opened in the state but the last decision will be taken after June 13. The lockdown has been extended by keeping in mind the risk of coronavirus.

 

This decision was taken after the confirmed cases have risen to 7,891. In the last 24 hours, 246 positive cases have been recorded. The death toll in the state has reached to 343 while 4444 patients have been cured. 3,104 active cases are still there in the state.

 

GAME ACTIVITIES WILL RESUME FROM JUNE 1

All the districts are in green zone except Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Burhanpur, Khargon, Khandva, and Badvaani. The market places will be open in all places with certain terms and conditions. All the game-related activities will be resumed from June 1.

On the other hand, Sagar district is now a hotspot of the state. 24 new cases have been reported on Friday in this district. Total 165 positives have been found till date and 8 have died due to the virus.

 

CAN NOT MEET PRISONERS TILL JUNE 30

The restriction is continued of not meeting the prisoner till June 30 to prevent the spread of the disease. The jail authorities said in the order that the friends and family members cannot meet the prisoners. This decision was taken by keeping in mind the health of both prisoners and family members of prisoners.

 

Morena:  4 new cases found including a 3-year-old.

Morena district has recorded 4 new cases including a 3-year-old kid. All the people tested positive has come from Delhi. The total number has reached 32 in the district.

Sheopur: 1 dead in Gwalior Medical College

On Saturday morning, 56-year-old Satyanarayan Sharma died during the treatment of COVID-19. 3 days ago he was referred to Gwalior from Sheopur district hospital.

JABALPUR: 2 new cases recorded; toll reached 235

2 reports were found positive out of 23 samples. The toll has reached 235 including Saturday’s cases. 5 patients recovered and went to their home on Saturday. Out of 235, 176 have overcome this disease whereas 9 died. As of now, there are 50 active cases in the city.

UPDATES

INDORE:  84 new cases; 3344 total cases; 126 deaths; 1673 recovered; 1545 under treatment

BHOPAL: 22 new cases; 1395 total cases; 54 deaths; 903 recovered; 438 under treatment

PANNA:  7 new cases; 5 are from Barbaspura village and from 1 family; 11 total

SHAHDOL AND DINDORI: 3-3 new cases;19 total cases in Dindori

NEEMUCH: 40 new cases; 199 total cases; 5 deaths; 54 recovered

MANDSAUR:  2 new cases; 201 total cases;

VIDISHA: 5 new cases; 25 total cases; 16 recovered; only 19 active cases

JAWAD: 112 total cases

UMMEDPURA: 18 total cases

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Lockdown5 / UNLOCK 1.0 : Containment zones will have a lockdown till 30 June; the country will be unlocked in 3 phases

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The country is going to unlock soon and too in 3 phases. Central home ministry has issued a guideline for the same on Saturday. According to the guideline, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, religious places will be open after June 8 but with certain terms and conditions. Only the containment zones will have lockdown till 30 June. The decision of opening of schools and colleges will be taken in July only. No decision has been taken for cinema halls and international flights.

From 1 May 2020

  • The restrictions will continue till 30 June 2020
  • All activities to be relaxed in phased manner outside containment zones.
  • States may impose restriction

PHASE 1

  • The following places will be open after June 8
  • Religious places
  • Hotel, restaurants and services related to hospitality
  • Shopping Malls

Health ministry will issue a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to maintain social distancing and prevent the spread of Corona Virus.

PHASE 2

  • School, colleges, educational, training and coaching institutions will reopen after taking the advices from state government.
  • State government can take decision on this after talking to parents of students and corresponding institutes.
  • The decision to open these institutions will be taken only after receiving feedbacks from parents. SOP will be issued by health ministry to prevent the spread of virus and maintain social distancing.

PHASE 3

The restart of following services will be taken in accordance to the situation

  • International flights
  • Metro
  • Cinema hall; gym; theatre; bar; auditorium; assembly hall and relates places.
  • Social, political, sports, entertainment academy, cultural functions, religious functions including all functions of large gathering.

RELIEF:  No restriction on movement

There are no restrictions on interstate and intrastate movement of people and goods. Now there is no need to take special permission or e-permit. 

NIGHT CURFEW: The country will follow a night curfew from 9.00 pm to 5.00 am

During this time no movement is allowed except for the necessary services. The movement will be strictly prohibited. The regional administration can apply a law under section 144 of CRPF.

THE LOCKDOWN WILL BE LIMITED TO CONTAINMENT ZONES

  • The lockdown will continue till 30 June 2020.
  • After taking the direction from health ministry, the containment zones will be decided.
  • Only mandatory activities will be permitted in containment zones
  • There is strict prohibition on the movement of people expect for the emergency services and supply for necessary goods.
  • In-depth contact tracing will be done in containment zone. An eye will be kept on all the houses of this zone. Other necessary medical steps will be taken.

BUFFER ZONE

  • The buffer zone can be identified outside containment zone by the state government. These are zones where the risk of new cases is more.
  • Some activities can be banned outside the containment zones by the state government after surveying the area or prohibition will be done if necessary.

A BRIEF OF FOUR PHASES

FIRST PHASE:  from 25 March to 14 April; for 21 days; only necessary shops were allowed to open

SECOND PHASE: from 15 April to 3 May; for 19 days; shops were permitted to open in all zones excluding red zone

THIRD PHASE: from 4 May to 17 May; for 12 days; shops were permitted to open in all zones except hotspots; trains and buses were operated for migrants; special trains were also started from New Delhi; Vande Bharat and Samudra Setu mission were launched to bring back the stranded citizens

FOURTH PHASE: from 18 May to 31 May; state government were free to set the red, orange and green zones according to the confirmed cases; operation of buses were permitted; all shops except shopping malls were allowed to open; domestic flights were permitted to operate from 25 May.

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Covid-19 updates: New strategy to be followed since June 1st

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The Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah held a meeting today to decide how to tackle Covid-19. A day earlier, Mr. Shah arranged a meeting with all the Chief Ministers to know their views on the extension of lockdown after May 31st. The Chief Ministers have shared their views on the further lockdown strategy. The Prime Minister has been reviewing the entire lockdown period to plan the new strategy from June 1st .

In India, the number of positive Covid-19 patients have reached 1.64 lakh as of Friday. In the last 24 hours, 7,465 new cases have been reported making it the highest number till date. It is the ninth worst hit country in the world.

The worst-affected state in the country is Maharashtra with nearly 60,000 cases and 1,982 deaths so far. Mumbai, the state capital, has 35,000 confirmed cases. It is the highest affected metro city. Tamil Nadu stands at second place as it has 827 new coronavirus cases on Thursday. It is the second consecutive day of record spike in numbers. Overall, the state has 19,372 COVID-19 cases and has reported 145 deaths.

In West Bengal a minister has recently tested positive for COVID-19.The minister has been advised to follow the home quarantine measures after his test results came out positive on Thursday night. It has been reported that His wife has also tested positive for the virus.

China has managed to take control of the situation as it reports very few cases at present even though it was the first country where the novel coronavirus emerged in last December. Since then it has only spread to all parts of the world infecting more than 69 lakh people globally. More than 3.5 lakh have died too across the world specially in countries like the U.S and Italy.

 

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Supreme Court orders not to take any charges from migrants travelling by bus or train; give food before travel starts

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Supreme Court gave the interim order on the huge groups of migrant labors. Court told not to charge migrant labor with any kind of charges/fares. These expenses will be given by state government. The expenses of the food arrangement for the stuck laborers will also borne by the state government. The next hearing on this will take place on June 5.

 

Bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice SK Kaul, Justice MR Shah took charge of the hearing of Thursday. Solicitor Tushar Mehta kept forward the argument on behalf of the central government. During this time, bench gave 4 orders and 4 comments on this.

 

4 orders by Court

  • Supreme court ordered not to charge any fare from the migrant  These expenses will be borne by state government or government of union territories.
  • The state government to offer food and water on stations. Thos arrangement of food and water to be done by railways in the trains.
  • The labors who are waiting for the trains in order to go home should also be offers food and water by the state government. They will get food and water in buses too.
  • The state should monitor the process of registration and ensure that they get their trains/buses as soon as possible. All the information will soon be given to related people.

4 comments by court

  • A lot of loopholes were seen in providing the food and water

The court is tensed about the conditions of labors who are trying to reach their homes. There is no doubt about the working of state government towards them but some loopholes were seen in the process of registration, transportations and providing food and water.

  • Did the travelers got enough food?

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on behalf of central government said that migrant labors reached their homes in special trains and buses with co-ordination with state governments. 91 lakhs migrants have reached their homes from May 1 to May 27. The court made a remarked , “Were they fed enough to fill their stomachs?”

  • Migrants should get the food necessarily

Supreme Court asked whether the labors were asked to pay? The question is that how the state government is paying the fares of the ticket? If the fares are being charged, then are they getting the money back? Are they getting food when waiting for trains? Court says that the migrants should get the food to which solicitor general answered that the food id being provided.

  • Some needy were not profited

Solicitor General said that almost 3.36 migrant labors are travelling to their homes. The government will sent all the labors to their home to which court made a remark that some needy people were not benefited.

Supreme Court asked government for an answer till May 28, 2020

The government did auto cognition for this case. SC told that the condition of worker is very poor. The arrangements made by the government are not enough. Court demanded an answer from central and state governments by issuing a circular

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Minneapolis Updates: Outrage sparks amid George Floyd supporters

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Violent protests are being led on over the death of an African-American man who died in police custody. A man was shot during the protests in Minneapolis for the second night. The protesters were looting stores bordering the police confined area. They were also setting fires that continued to burn until Thursday morning.

Minneapolis is in a bizarre state over the death of George Floyd as he died while in-custody of white police officers. The situation escalated since Wednesday night as fatal shooting near the site of the demonstrations due to widespread looting and deployment of tear gas.

The demonstrations in the city began peacefully for the second night but grew violent as time went by. It became very unsafe and hence the citizens were requested to leave the area.

His death is being investigated by the FBI and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

The Mayor, Mr. Jacob Frey pleaded with residents to calm down. He demanded that charges must be filed against the officer who had his knee on Floyd’s neck. Police had said Floyd resisted arrest, but Frey said “I saw nothing that would signal that this kind of force was necessary.”

“I’m imploring our city, imploring our community, imploring every one of us to keep the peace. Let’s honor George Floyd’s memory,” he said in a phone interview.

He also tweeted this on his twitter account. “Please, Minneapolis, we cannot let tragedy beget more tragedy. The area along Lake has become unsafe. We are asking for your help in keeping the peace tonight.”

An unidentified victim was rushed to Hennepin County Medical Center as the police officers found him at the protest site. He was found lying down on a sidewalk. At the hospital he was declared dead, they stated that he was shot.

Video of Floyd’s death has sparked outrage all around the country. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said about the incident on Tuesday“tragic reminder that it was not an isolated incident, but a part of an ingrained systemic cycle of injustice that still exists in this country.”

President Donald Trump took to his twitter and said “My heart goes out to George’s family and friends. Justice will be served!”

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George Flyod, 46-year-old man died due to police brutality

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A Minneapolis police officer had been kneeling on the neck of a handcuffed black man who complained several times that he couldn’t breathe. He was later pronounced dead. This was seen on a viral video being circulated around on social media for the last 24 hours.

The department took prompt action on Tuesday and fired the four officers involved in this incident. But this was certainly not enough for his family members as well as prominent individuals.

“I would like for those officers to be charged with murder,” his sister Bridgett Floyd said during a Wednesday appearance on the “Today Show.” “Because that’s exactly what they did. They murdered my brother. He was crying for help.” “And almost the whole world has witnessed that,” she added, “because somebody was gracious enough to record it.”

READ : Minneapolis Updates: Outrage sparks amid George Floyd supporters

The state and federal authorities are investigating the case. Minneapolis police said officers were countering an alleged forgery on Monday evening. They suspected Geroge Floyd who was sitting in his car. The police claimed that he “physically resisted” after he got out hence their suspicion grew. The four Officers handcuffed Floyd who seemed to be suffering from medical distress. The police said he was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead,

Videos were captured by eye witnesses who were present at the scene of the arrest. The video clearly shows that an officer had his knee pressed against the neck of the 46-year-old, who was handcuffed on the pavement. He was constantly complaining that his body hurt and he couldn’t breathe. Two officers handled the man on the ground while another stood nearby with his eyes on the bystanders as traffic passed.

The FBI are looking into it and have said they will present their findings to the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Minnesota for consideration of possible federal charges.

The FBI also said that the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is conducting its own investigation into possible violations of Minnesota statutes.

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Two labours found dead in a train carrying 1039 migrants from Mumbai to Kashi

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In this era of corona pandemic, the migrants who were struggling to be with their family are travelling and it is proving their last travel forever. 2 labours were found dead in the special train which reached Manduadih in Varanasi from Mumbai. One labour was from Azamgarh and the other was from Jaunpur. After identification of the bodies, the sample for Corona testing has been taken. The bodies have been sent for post-mortem after the samples for testing have been taken.

 

GRP, RPF and Police have sent the bodies for post-mortem in district hospital by keeping in mind the precautions to be taken.

 

The dead labours were travelling in S-15 and Disables coaches.

2 labours were found dead who were travelling in S-15 and disabled coaches of the special train (01770) heading towards Kashi from Mumbai before train reached the station. Nobody was ready to even touch the dead bodies. One of labour is identified as a resident of Jaunpur’s Badlapur village named as ‘Dashrath’ who was disabled.

 

Dashrath’s brother-in-law told that he was travelling with 9 other family members. They took food before starting the travel from Mumbai. They got food on the way too. Dasrath could not walk. He was not feeling good in Prayagraj and he slept. After reaching the station when they were trying to wake him up but he didn’t. He did not have any disease.

 

The bodies have been sent to post-mortem after the samples were taken for corona testing: Station Manager

 

The second dead was identified as Ramnath Raghunath as a resident of Azamgarh. The document found in the pocket of dead stated the age as 63. He also had address of A-wing, room number 43, Akashdeep Housing Society, Income Block, Asmitha Bhavan, Jogeswari East near Linkroad, Mumbai. This person was talking to 1 person continuously. As per Station Manager, Arun Kumar, a team of doctors were called to investigate. The bodies have been sent for post-mortem after samples were taken.

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PIA Updates: Careless pilot; ignores 3 warnings from the control room

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A plane was crashed on 22 May in Karachi, Pakistan. On investigating the reason of the plane crash, 3 mistakes are coming out. According to a News Channel of Pakistan, Air Traffic Control gave 3 warnings to pilot. He turned a deaf ear towards the warning. In other words, the pilot didn’t obey the orders of ATC. On the other hand, the investigating team made by the pilot association didn’t have a single commercial pilot despite the fact the crashed plane was a commercial one.

On 22 May, a PIA plane A-320 was heading towards Karachi. This plane was crashed near Jinnah International Airport. In this accident, 97 were killed and 2 survived.

Warning 1 – Jio News with reference to ATC told that the when PIA plane A-320 was 15 nautical miles (27.78 km) away, it was at a height of 10,000 feet. At that time, ATC told the pilot to reduce the height to 7,000 feet to which the pilot responded that he was comfortable/satisfied by this height.

Warning 2 – When the plane was 10 nautical miles (18.52 km) away, the plane was 7,000 feet high. The height should be 3,000 feet to which he received the second warning from ATC. The pilot turned a deaf ear to this warning as well and responded that he was comfortable with height and will handle the situation.

Warning 3 – When the plane was not able to land in the first attempt, the pilot himself decided to go-round (roundabout motion). At the time of go-round, the plane was at a height of 1800 feet. ATC again issued the warning and told the pilot to take the plane to 3,000 feet to which the pilot responded he was trying to do so and in a few minutes, the plane crashed.

There was no lack of fuel

This is proved that there was no lack of fuel. According to reports, there was enough fuel to fly for 2.34 hours. It takes only 1.33 hours to fly from Lahore to Karachi. The investigating team is now working on was the pilot only responsible for the crash or some technical fault was also there which led to the crash.

CAA reports have been published

According to the reports of the Civil Aviation Association of Pakistan, the flight touched the runway 3 times when tried for the first landing. The sparks were also produced when flight rubbed the surface. The flight was taken off after the third touch by the pilot. It is assuming that during this time, the oil and fuel pump was damaged. It started to leak which was the reason for the plane not reaching a specific height to go-round and crashed. The crew members present in the cockpit didn’t notify the ATC.

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