Meanwhile, four people were arrested Wednesday in Bengaluru for allegedly attempting to sell drugs worth Rs 1 crore before the New Year celebrations in the city. Joint Police (Crime) Commissioner Sandeep Patil said: “Rs 1 crore worth of narcotics was seized, brought in and restocked for distribution in the new year.”
At the same time, a 58-year-old man in Bengaluru got a new lease on life Wednesday after traffic police facilitated a green corridor during rush hour to allow for heart transplant surgery on time.
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Highlights from the Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus of December 16