Former Delhi Health Minister AK Walia dies from Corona, breathed his last at Apollo Hospital

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Senior Congress leader AK Walia is no more with us. He breathed his last at the Apollo Hospital in Delhi this morning.

Senior Congress leader AK Walia, who was a minister in the Sheila Dixit government, has died this morning. AK Walia was infected with Corona. He was undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospital. Walia held several important portfolios as a minister in the Sheila Dixit-led government in Delhi.

Dr. Ashok Kumar Walia was born on 8 December 1948 in Delhi. He received his MBBS degree from MGM Medical College, Indore in 1972 and was a Physician by profession. He was a member of the First, Second, Third and Fourth Legislative Assemblies of Delhi. He was an MLA from Laxmi Nagar in his fourth term. From the first to the third term, he was an MLA from Geeta Colony.

Corona’s condition is very frightening

The situation has worsened due to corona infection. Till now, more than one lakh 82 thousand people have lost their lives. The total number of infected people increased to 9,30,179 after 24,638 new cases of Corona virus infection were reported in Delhi on Wednesday. After the death of 249 patients here yesterday, the number of dead has increased to 12,887.

The rate of infection in the capital is 31.28 percent, which means that infection is confirmed in every third sample. At the same time, the metropolis is also struggling with oxygen and beds shortage. Till 11 pm in Delhi hospitals, there are only 18 beds left for Kovid patients. So far, more than 8.31 lakh people have been cured in Delhi. The number of patients undergoing treatment is 85,364. At the same time, due to the arrival of nearly three lakh new cases of Corona virus infection in the country, the total number of infected people increased to 1 crore 56 lakh 16 thousand. The death toll has risen to 1,82,553. With the increase in cases on the 42nd day in the country, the number of under-treated patients has increased to 21,57,538, which is 13.82 percent of the total cases of infection.

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