Kumbh 2021: Former King of Nepal Gyanendra and his wife infected with Corona virus after taking part in Mahakumbh

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Former King of Nepal Gyanendra Shah and his wife and former Queen Komal Shah were found infected with the Coronavirus when they returned from India after participating in the Maha Kumbh in Haridwar. Huh. This information was given on Tuesday in media reports. According to the Health Ministry, seventy-three-year-old ex-king and 70-year-old former empress have recently returned from India. He took a holy bath during the Maha Kumbh at Har ki Pauri in Haridwar. Mahakumbh is a religious gathering of Hindu saints and devotees. According to ‘The Himalayan Times’ news, their samples were tested in polymerase chain reaction (PCR), which confirmed the Kovid-19 infection. Also read- Indian businessman getting Chinese vaccine of Corona in Nepal.

According to the report, on returning home, hundreds of people had gathered at Kathmandu Airport to welcome the former King and former Queen. Authorities have started tracing the people who came in contact with the couple, so that they can be investigated. Gyanendra became the King of Nepal in 2001 after the massacre of his elder brother Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev and his family members in the royal palace.

In the investigation, Birendra’s son Dipendra was convicted of the massacre. He was also among the dead. Shah had to step down in 2008 after the rebellion and the centuries-old monarchy was abolished. After that the Constituent Assembly transformed the country into a republic.

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