Indian resistance secretary Ajay Kumar tests positive for coronavirus
Indian resistance secretary Ajay Kumar tests positive for coronavirus 
Association Defense Secretary Ajay Kumar, who had been unwell for a couple of days, has tried positive for coronavirus as India observes the diseases outperform 2.07 lakh.

The secretary is as of now under home isolate, as per Indian media reports.

Additionally, 35 individuals working at the service's base camp in South Block in the Raisina Hills have been approached to go into seclusion at home, the Indian media said.

"Broad contact following and significant cleansing of workplaces in South Block is in progress. There is a rundown of around 30 individuals who came in close contact with the resistance secretary throughout the most recent few days. They have been advised to go into self-isolate," said an administration source.

Safeguard Minister Rajnath Singh didn't go to the workplace at his service in the South Block as a component of a prudent step, said an Indian news organization.

The service likewise did a huge contact-following activity. It is muddled if the Defense Secretary was in contact with the administration boss in the course of the most recent couple of days or the Chief of Defense Staff.

The principal floor of the South Block likewise was cleaned. The workplaces of the guard serve, the safeguard secretary, the Army Chief and the Navy Chief are on the primary floor of the South Block.