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Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News Live Update: In view of the high level of coronovirus cases in the coastal district of Udupi in Karnataka, the religious leaders have decided not to open the mosques on Monday even if the government has given permission to do so.

Confirming this, Udupi Jill Muslim Okuta said in a statement that it was the same to ensure that the community is not blamed for the spread of the epidemic. “Members of our community have helped people during the bandh, irrespective of caste, creed and religion. We further condemn the statements of Udupi-Chikkamagaluru MP Shobha Karandlaje on Tabligi.

As of Sunday, Udupi has registered 902 COVID-19 cases, of which 798 are active, the highest in any district of Karnataka.

However, most of the shrines including churches, temples and mosques will be open to visitors in Bengaluru and other parts of the state following the MHA guidelines.

Meanwhile, Padyanaraipur councilor Imran Pasha was arrested on Sunday after his supporters organized a procession after recovering from the novel Coronavirus. The corporator was admitted to Victoria Hospital on 30 May and was seen greeting his supporters while being taken in an ambulance.

According to police, Pasha was arrested on Sunday in violation of the NDMA Act and restrictive orders. He was then sent to the prison ward of Victoria Hospital.

Upon his discharge, several supporters showered flowers on Pasha and welcomed him, causing traffic jams on Mysuru Road for some time. People were seen running towards his car to join hands with him, reducing social distances.

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The initial phase of this technology is said to have helped BIAL to efficiently manage the airport landscape during lockdown.

Meanwhile, Bangalore University decided Reduce affiliation fee 10 percent for colleges under their jurisdiction in view of the economic crisis related to coronovirus-induced lockdown.

At the same time, Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) has announced the deployment of a weather-based smart automated irrigation system.

According to BIAL officials, its 100-acre landscape is expected to reduce water usage by more than 30 percent to water the plants.

In case of emergency you can get some contacts here: BBMP Control Room: 080-22221188 In case of electrical disturbances, contact BESCOM: 1912. If the water supply in your area is affected, contact BWSSB, 1916.

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