The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the central government why Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra were given more oxygen at the behest of them, while Delhi’s allocation was not increased at the behest of the AAP government. This question was asked to the Center by a bench of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli from the Center. During the hearing, he said that either give some clarification to the central government or make changes, now that the situation has been brought before them.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the Central Government will answer the court’s question and Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra will also give reasons for giving more oxygen.
Mehta said that there are states which have got less than what they asked for. We are rationalizing it. Senior advocate Rahul Mehra placed before the court a list of oxygen and allocations demanded by several states and said that Delhi alone was not given what it was asking for, while others were given more than what was demanded by them or its Has been given closer.
The court was hearing issues related to the oxygen crisis and the COVID-19 epidemic.
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Police seized Remdesivir to be released for use: Delhi HC
At the same time, the Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of the Revenue Department of the AAP government to issue an order for the release of Remdesivir used in the treatment of COVID-19, whenever it is used by the police for hoarding and black marketing They seize medicines from the people. The bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli directed to ensure that the seized medicines do not remain like case property, their effects are not over and they can be given to the needy patients. The court said that when a seizure is made, only the investigating officer (IO) will have to immediately inform the DC about it.