Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 8
Punjab Rajya Sabha MP Naresh Gujral examined optimistic for Covid-19 on Friday, a day after he attended a parliamentary standing committee assembly together with a number of different MPs.
Gujral had given pattern for testing on Thursday after one in every of his workers at house examined optimistic for the virus.
Following the check report, he has been suggested house isolation.
Gujral had taken Covid check about 10 days in the past, as there was a plan to journey and the report had then come destructive.
The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief mentioned he was asymptomatic and superb and that he had knowledgeable the Rajya Sabha Secretariat about his an infection.
The assembly of the parliamentary standing committee on personnel, public grievances, legislation and justice was held following social distancing norms and members wore face masks throughout it, he mentioned.
After stories got here in that Gujral examined optimistic for COVID-19, TMC Rajya Sabha chief Derek O’Brien once more raised the demand for holding assembly of parliamentary standing committees nearly, asserting that there was sufficient scope to tweak guidelines.
“An MP who attended a parliamentary standing committee meeting on Thursday, tested positive today. We wish him a speedy recovery. Trinamool MPs are not attending. For 4 months we have been urging that these meetings happen virtually. Enough scope to tweak rules. Anyone listening!” O’Brien tweeted. With PTI