The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a plea filed by a Class 12 student in Delhi particularly on account of the indecision and vacillation on the part of the Union Government and governments of several states and union territories, including the AAP government
The plea filed is Supreme Court seeks enforcement of fundamental rights guaranteed under Articles 14 and Article 21 read with Article 21A of the Constitution of India. The plea also seeks to take a holistic, equitable & speedy decision in regard to re-opening of schools.
The Delhi High Court's directions to National Centre for Disease Control came after it was informed by Amicus Curiae Rajshekhar Rao that there is a need to study the effectiveness of several medications prescribed and administered by the practicing doctor.
The other issue that came up before the Bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli today was that while the entire country was striving to get hold of life-saving medicines such as Remdesivir and others.
If the Collector and the District Magistrate extend the lockdown in Bilaspur District beyond the aforesaid period, then these arrangements regarding the functioning of the High Court will continue during the relevant period, said the Court.