Coronavirus Outbreak: Congress MLA from Ahmedabad tests positive hours after attending meeting with CM Vijay Rupani

Congress MLA Imran Khedawala tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday evening, said Deputy Municipal Commissioner Om Prakash Machra.

Press Trust of India April 14, 2020 23:37:30 IST
Coronavirus Outbreak: Congress MLA from Ahmedabad tests positive hours after attending meeting with CM Vijay Rupani

Ahmedabad: A local Congress MLA, who attended a meeting called by Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Tuesday morning, tested positive for coronavirus in the evening, said a civic official.

Congress MLA Imran Khedawala tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday evening, said Deputy Municipal Commissioner Om Prakash Machra. The MLA from the Khadia-Jamalpur seat of Ahmedabad will be admitted to a designated COVID-19 hospital soon, he said.

Khedawala, along with some other Congress MLAs, was present in the meeting with Rupani held at the chief minister's official residence in Gandhinagar.

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