High court said to Delhi government - Why don't you ask for help from the army

High court said to Delhi government - Why don't you ask for help from the army, saying that you are going to increase the beds will not work

High court said to Delhi government - Why don't you ask for help from the army


The High Court said that a collaborative effort is needed at this time, without oxygen, these beds will not be of any use. If we work closely with the army, the government's resources will also be better utilized.


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is a continuous hearing in the New Delhi capital Delhi regarding the Corona crisis. On Saturday, the Delhi High Court questioned the Delhi government why it did not request the army to prepare the field hospital. They have different types of technology. Saying we are going to increase the beds will not solve the problem. Do this immediately.

At the same time, the logic of the Delhi government was that when we are going to increase the number of beds in Delhi by ourselves, then why are we constantly being stressed to seek the help of the army. We ourselves are increasing the number of beds to 15,000.


The High Court said that a collaborative effort is needed at this time, without oxygen, these beds will not be of any use. If we work closely with the army, the government's resources will also be better utilized.


The Delhi High Court has filed a petition alleging that the court is taking all steps to stop the black marketing of medicines, but the truth is that the leaders of all the political parties are currently engaged in the alleged black marketing of essential medicines against whom an FIR was lodged. Should be


During the hearing of the case, a lawyer of the High Court applied that 12 such cases have come in which the leaders of political parties are distributing Remedisvir injections among their acquaintances. Isn't it black marketing? At this, the court asked the lawyer to provide information and evidence in this regard.


Advocate of Delhi government said in the High Court that our oxygen tankers are not being given priority in the plant. The Delhi government appealed to the Delhi High Court that it should initiate contempt proceedings against the suppliers as there is still a problem of oxygen supply with Inox.


Four tankers are still stuck in Rajasthan. The Central Government had spoken of action but the matter was taken lightly. The High Court asked the Center - why. The High Court directed the Center to immediately end the dispute. The Rajasthan government says that these four tankers are for its use. The High Court said that these allocations belong to the Center. How can the Rajasthan government do this? This should be solved by the Center itself. Why should we fall in between.

On the issue of oxygen crisis at Batra Hospital, the High Court told the hospital that all of you should take a lesson from this situation. Instead of relying on others for something, you should make facilities for all these things at your own place. If you are running an institution like a hospital.


The Delhi High Court raised another important question. The court asked the Delhi government and hospitals that we want to know how many ICU beds have been filled since April 1 and who have kept occupancies. The court said that a person goes to the hospital only if he has an emergency and in such a situation, if the ICU bed is not empty, then the ICU bed should be circulated.

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