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High court severely reprimanded the Central Government – Death due to Oxygen Crisis, what if this massacre…

Along with the Delhi High Court, Allahabad High Court has also strongly reprimanded the Central Government over the death due to Oxygen Crisis and said that if not this massacre.

High Court On Oxygen Crisis: On the one hand, Delhi High Court has strongly reprimanded the Kandra government on the issue of lack of oxygen in the middle of the Corona crisis, while the Allahabad High Court has also commented. During the hearing on public interest litigation on the rising infection of Kovid, the High Court has termed the supply of oxygen in hospitals and deaths due to it as genocide. Allahabad court said that due to lack of oxygen supply in hospitals, death of Kovid patients is like criminal act. The deaths of Kovid patients are nothing short of a massacre for those who are tasked with ensuring the supply of liquid medical oxygen. The court said, “Those responsible for the massacre are those who were responsible for the continuous supply of oxygen.” Also Read – IPL 2021: Jason Behrendorff to give secret donations to deal with Corona crisis in India

Delhi High Court had also reprimanded the center – you can turn a blind eye, not us Also Read – High Court on the oxygen crisis in Delhi heard the Center, ‘You can hide your head in the sand like an ostrich, we don’t’

Before the Allahabad High Court’s reprimand, the Delhi High Court, during the hearing on Tuesday, on the supply of oxygen, the court once again reprimanded the Central Government for the shortage of oxygen and told the Center that you can turn a blind eye, but we do not . Also Read – Covid-19 In UP: Wife and daughter got corona, DSP asked for care leave, not given job

The court told the center that today the whole country is crying for oxygen. If you are not managing oxygen supply properly, then why don’t you hand over the responsibility to the IITs and IIMs. If you entrust the management of oxygen tankers to IITs or IIMs, then you will do a better job than you.

Allahabad High Court asked to submit investigation report within 48 hours

The Allahabad High Court gave this strict comment on social media on viral news that according to lack of oxygen, Kovid patients died in Lucknow and Meerut district. The court directed the District Magistrates of Lucknow and Meerut to investigate and submit the report within 48 hours and be present online on the next hearing.

On the other hand, illegally seized oxygen cylinders, Remedisvir injections / tablets and oximeters are kept in the warehouse, the court said that keeping these items in the warehouse is not in the public interest in any way because they will all get spoiled.

Court said – we can let people die like this

During the hearing in the court, the bench said, “When science has advanced so much that heart transplantation and brain surgery are being done these days, how can we allow our people to die in this way.”


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