25 officers and employees of the High Commission, including Sanjeev Kumar Bhati, Assistant High Commissioner of India in Rajshahi, are positive. A reliable source said. However, the matter was not confirmed by the Indian Assistant High Commission in Rajshahi.
According to sources, the other officers and employees of the Coronation Office of the Indian Assistant High Commission are Arif Al Azad, Nadira Azad, Rajendra Singh, Virender Singh, Gaurab Kumar, Britadio Prasad, Suvra Kumar Roy, Vishal, Munmun Pandey, Gautam Keshab, Subrata Kant. Yadav, Liton Chakraborty, Archana Kumari, Hina Chandra, Jitu Agarwal, Bhaskar Sharma, Dipta Kumar, MST Jebun Nesa, Satbir, J. Satish, Sudwip Chakraborty, Raj Kumar and Ankit Agarwal.
The source further said that Sanjeev Kumar Bhati celebrated Republic Day on January 26 at the Indian Assistant High Commission with corona symptoms. He fell ill while reading the President’s speech at the event. He was immediately taken to Barind Medical College and given first aid. Corona is in positive condition and is scheduled to hand over the ambulance to Natore Municipality Mayor Uma Chowdhury.
The source said that as the Corona transition was on the rise, Sanjeev Kumar Bhati, the Indian Assistant High Commissioner in Rajshahi, as a responsible diplomat of a country, could question how appropriate it was to conduct such activities. Debate can be seen. So if the matter is not disclosed, there may be confusion among the people.