High court seeks reply from government on CT scans in Bihar medical colleges, hearing to be held on 18th

High court seeks reply from government on CT scans in Bihar medical colleges, hearing to be held on 18th

The Patna High Court, while hearing a case related to corona epidemic in the state, asked the state government whether it had installed CT scan machines in all government medical colleges in the state.

The Patna High Court, while hearing a case related to corona epidemic in the state, asked the state government whether it had installed CT scan machines in all government medical colleges in the state.

A bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Karol heard the public interest litigation of Dinesh Kumar Singh and others. The court directed the state government to provide detailed information. Advocate Itika Rani told the court that even two per cent of the people in the state had not been tested for coronary heart disease.

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The state, with a population of 120 million, has only 9 RT PCR machines, which can accurately test the corona. However, it was also used in small quantities. CCTV was not installed at Kovid Hospital despite the directions of the Supreme Court and the High Court. The court also wanted the government to know that an expert team of doctors was not formed to inspect the Kovid hospitals. The next hearing in the case is set for September 18

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The trial of the famous Vishnupada temple case in Gaya is continuing

After hearing about the famous Vishnupada temple in Gaya, the Patna High Court asked the state government and the temple management committee to advise and tell them how to further manage the temple. During the PIL hearing of Gaurav Kumar Singh, a division bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Karol said that the temple is centuries old, where pilgrims come to fulfill their religious sentiments.

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The interests of the pandas of the temple will be taken care of, but the belief of the people associated with this temple is involved such as Mata Vaishno Devi or Balaji temple is run by the board. The petition further said that the Vishnupada temple property was declared as government property as it was not private property and the matter would be heard again on September 22.

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