According to the petition, the government has already fixed the price for the HRTC Test in the government hospitals. Now the petitioner has filed this petition seeking direction to the respondent to fix the price for the HRTC Test in the private hospitals.
The petitioner has submitted that the said impugned notification has directed the Doctors and allied Medical Staff are directed to function in single category, irrespective of differences in their seniority and core medical specialization in the treatment of the COVID Patients.
While striking down the IGST imposed on the import of Oxygen Concentrators for personal use as unconstitutional, the Delhi High Court bench of Justices Rajiv Shakdher and Talwant Singh had made a very special observation.
Owing to the increase in numbers of COVID patients, there were several persons in dire need of the oxygen concentrators and as a result hundreds of people would que outside the office of the Petitioner, sometimes arriving in ambulances to collect oxygen concentrators
The plea stated that hospitals in Noida and Gurugram have made it mandatory to produce Aadhaar cards with a local Noida or Gurugram address, as the case may be, for being eligible to be admitted to hospitals in these two cities.
“The Company (Devas) fraudulently raised foreign investment of Rs 579 crore and subsequently illegally transferred 85% of the investment out of India to its subsidiary in USA in the guise of investment and services fees etc,” the ED investigation revealed.