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Hundreds of Malayalees were stranded at state borders without a pass. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan says no one will be admitted to the state without a pass. The Valayar and Thalapady border were allowed to enter yesterday for a few people who had been waiting for hours. But those who returned without a pass were not admitted. Earlier in the evening, the chief minister had said that there was no entry without a pass.

The Kerala High Court will consider detention of Malayalees who have not passed the state border. Other issues related to lockdown may also be considered. The special sitting of the High Court Division Bench will take place on Sunday. The Division Bench comprising Justice Shaji P Chali and Justice MR Anita has voluntarily considered the case.

Conflict at State Borders. The clashes between the hundreds of people who came to Kerala without a pass and the police prevented them. Many women, including children, lay on the roadside without food for the night. At Valayar, the Coimbatore district administration showed some humanity to them. Admission to Kerala is only through Ginger Crop, Aryankavu, Valayar, Pumpkin and Thalapady Check Post in Thiruvananthapuram.

Full lockdown in Kerala today. Permission for essential services only. Do not open other shops and do not line up vehicles. Emergency passengers must obtain a pass from the district administration or the police.

Covid for two people from abroad. One of them is a 39-year-old man from Chappanangadi, Kottakkal, while another is a 23-year-old man from Edappal. The 39-year-old kidney patient is currently undergoing treatment at Kozhikode Medical College Hospital. The 23-year-old was admitted to the Isolation Ward of Kalamassery Medical College on the same day.

There are no new hot spots in the state. There are currently 17 people undergoing treatment. A man from Idukki became sick. So far 505 people have been diagnosed with the disease in the state. There are 23,930 people in the hospital, including 334 in hospitals.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan says that those who wish to come to Kerala from other states will be brought on the train. The first train will be from Delhi. Students are given priority. Special trains are being planned from Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai. Steps will be taken to reach the displaced persons without any other option.

Train from Delhi to Kerala next week. Railways has asked the state government to pay Rs 12 lakh. It can accommodate 1,200 people.

More than 500 expatriates arrived in Kerala last night from three Gulf countries. The flights are from Kuwait, Doha and Muscat to Kochi. 177 arrived from Kuwait. Kuwait airport's Air India office protested, including pregnant women 181 people including 48 pregnant women arrived from Muscat to Kochi. A flight of 178 from Doha arrived at Kochi at 1.45 am this morning. A total of 536 passengers arrived on flights. The ship with 698 passengers will arrive in Kochi today.

Lali Gopakumar, a native of Thiruvananthapuram, who was brainwashed, started beating at Lena from Kothamangalam. Following the successful completion of the surgery at Lizzie Hospital in Ernakulam, Lena will be shifted to the ICU. The government helicopter arrived in Kochi from Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday evening.

Steps have been taken to bring back 25 Malayalee students stranded in Jaipur. A bus was arranged for them under the leadership of the Jaipur Kerala Samaj. The Rajasthan government got the pass to return home. Awaiting the passage of the Government of Kerala.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan defended the donation of temples to the relief fund. The government gives crores to the temples. The Travancore Devaswom Board has allocated Rs 100 crore and Malabar and Kochi Devaswom Rs 36 crore. Rs 142 crore is being spent on renovation of Sabarimala by Kifbi. The major temples in the country have contributed to the relief fund of the state governments. The donations include the Somnath Temple in Gujarat, the Ambaji Temple, the Mahalakshmi Devaswom in Maharashtra, the Shirdisai Baba Trust, the Mata Mansi Devi Temple and the Mahavir Temple in Bihar. The Chief Minister pointed out.

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