In today’s hearing, the High Court gave a very important order on the drug Remedesivir and oxygen useful in the treatment of corona epidemic.
. While the number of corona patients is steadily increasing in the country, on the other hand, there is a problem in the supply of oxygen in many states. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court made strict remarks that the government had failed to fulfill its fundamental responsibility to protect the basic rights of the citizens. In fact, the lawyer pleading for a bed for his relative from the Delhi High Court told the court that his relative had died. No need to try anything now. On this, the lawyers wept and said – I failed. On this, Justice Sanghi said that no, this is the failure of the government, we have all failed. Emkis Qury Rao said that there are other such painful stories. The government will have to try more. The court took it on record in the order. The court wrote in its order that the government has failed to fulfill its fundamental responsibility to protect the basic rights of the citizens. Suggested to create a WhatsApp group for oxygen supply
Hearing the ongoing oxygen crisis in the capital Delhi, the Delhi High Court on Friday asked all the suppliers to cooperate, as there is currently a huge shortage of oxygen in Delhi. In such a situation, the Delhi High Court said that there should be a link between the oxygen suppliers and the hospitals. The High Court suggested to form a WhatsApp group for this. The High Court said that this will facilitate easy contact between the oxygen suppliers and the hospital which needs oxygen. The court said that this will also help in maintaining transparency and accountability.Order not to seize oxygen cylinders from family
In today’s hearing, the High Court gave a very important order on the drug Remedesivir and oxygen useful in the treatment of corona epidemic. The High Court asked the Delhi Police to immediately make available the Remedesvir seized from hoarders for the treatment of the patients. Also, he ordered not to seize oxygen cylinders from the family of a corona patient. The court said that the patient’s family collects oxygen cylinders with great difficulty. In such a situation, it is not right to seize a cylinder from them. Also read: – The Central Government said – Arrangements should be made to tell the family about the corona patient hospitalized
Order to take the seized medicines to the patients
After the bench lunch of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rekha Palli again, they asked how much of the Remedesiver and Oxygen were seized from the hoarders by the police. On this, the Member Secretary of DSLSA informed that 279 vials of Remedisvir have been seized. Then the High Court said that they should not be confiscated as case property. They should be released immediately so that they can be delivered to the needy patients immediately.
Can not make money by helplessness The High Court told Oxygen Suppliers that “Please understand this, this is not a fight, this is a war. We all need to cooperate. We cannot make money from the compulsion of others at this time. We need to show sympathy and concern.” Should and should give their best contribution. At the same time, Oxygen Suppliers told the High Court, “We are providing all the data of our oxygen supply to the Delhi government on a daily basis. Delhi government officials are present in our plants throughout the day and complete information is being shared with them. “Lawyer Sachin Puri said that around 170 oxygen concentrators were seized by Delhi Police on Thursday. The concentrator is ordered to leave.