The Delhi High Court today has adjourned its hearing till tomorrow in a plea of by a pregnant woman, seeking permission to undergo medical termination of her pregnancy, having completed 23 weeks of gestation.
The Court slammed the Centre for the delay in uploading the names of the petitioner at rarediseases.nhp.gov.in. and expressed her displeasure at Central Government for not transferring Rs.193 Crores, which went unutilized from the previous two years budget for rarediseases.
A single-Judge Delhi High Court bench directed the agency appointed for the maintenance of Sewage Treatment Plant to ensure, no inconvenience is caused to the Residents of Gautam Nagar, furthermore, directing AIIMS to ensure, that all necessary approvals are revalued, from time to time.
The Delhi High Court, on Tuesday, directed the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to constitute a medical board to examine the feasibility of termination of pregnancy of a woman, who approached the court alleging that the fetus she’s carrying suffers from ‘Nuchal Edema and Bilateral Cleft Lip and Palate’.
The Supreme Court has directed the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi to permit the petitioner to participate in counselling scheduled on August 31 and to allow him admission in the available vacancy in the DM Cardiology Course at AIIMS, Rishikesh, if the petitioner is interested.
The plea in Supreme Court states, even the Institutions of National Importance (INIs) like AIIMS, NLUs, IITs, IIMs, etc. are not spared. Every year 50% of their very scarce seats are sacrificed on the altar of reservations. For how long will this continue?
On June 17, the Punjab and Haryana High Court had dismissed a petition filed by Bhullar's father seeking directions to the state of Punjab to conduct a second autopsy of his son's body either at PGIMER or AIIMS, Delhi.
“The conducting of this examination is resulting in endangering the life of thousands of doctors who are frontline workers in different hospitals which is a clear negation of Article 21 of the Constitution of India,” the plea says.