Two women police staff — an assistant police inspector and a constable — posted at the chief minister’s official residence, Varsha, in the Malabar Hill area have tested positive for Covid19.
Two women cops posted at Maharashtra CM’s official residence have tested positive for Covid-19
Maharashtra CM’s official residence, Varsha, is situated in the Malabar Hill area in south Mumbai
However, CM Uddhav Thackeray stays at his Bandra residence and visits Varsha only for official work
Two women police officers — an assistant police inspector and a constable — posted at the official residence of Maharashtra chief minister, Varsha, in the Malabar Hill area have tested positive for Covid19.
According to officials, they were posted at Varsha for a day or two and tested positive on Sunday.
Six police staff have been quarantined as a precautionary measure.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray continues to stay at his Bandra residence and comes to Varsha for official work only.
The Malabar Hill area in south Mumbai houses the official residences of many ministers. Swabs of policemen posted at crucial places are being taken to mitigate the risk to ministers and dignitaries.