Former Nepalese King Gyanendra Shah and his wife, former Empress Komal Shah Corona, were on their return to Kathmandu after taking part in the infected Haridwar Mahakumbh.
Former King of Nepal Gyanendra Shah and his wife, former Queen Komal Shah, were found infected with the corona virus after participating in Haridwar Mahakumbh. The state of both is said to be stable. Back home, hundreds of people gathered at Kathmandu airport to welcome the former king and former queen. Now the administration is looking for people in contact with this royal couple.
Doctors intensively monitor due to age
According to Nepalese media news The Himalayan Times, their samples were tested by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), which confirmed the infection with Kovid-19. The former king and his wife have been kept under intensive medical surveillance since the investigation report came back positive. Former King Gyanendra Shah is 73 years old, so the team of senior medics watch for 24 hours in view of the danger.
Gyanendra became king of Nepal after killing his older brother
Gyanendra became King of Nepal in 2001 after his older brother Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev and members of his family were slaughtered in the royal palace. During the investigation, Birendra’s son Dipendra was found guilty of the massacre. He was also among the dead. Shah had to resign in 2008 after the rebellion and the abolition of the centuries-old monarchy. After that, the Constituent Assembly transformed the country into a republic.
Nepal seeks more Kovid vaccine in India
Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gowali spoke by phone with Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar a few days ago to address the vaccine shortage in Nepal. During this conversation, the Nepalese foreign minister called for an easy supply of the vaccine. Nepalese Foreign Minister Giwali thanked the Indian government for its cooperation in combating the Kovid-19 pandemic and for administering one million doses of Kovishield vaccine.
Indian army gave 1 lakh of vaccine to Nepalese army
The Indian army handed over 1 lakh of doses of Corona vaccine to the Nepalese army on March 28 last month. The vaccine was donated to the Nepalese Army of India as part of the Friendship Campaign for Vaccines. The relations between the Indian army and Nepal have always been good and in the past the head of the Indian army has also been honored in Nepal.