The plea filed in Delhi High Court contended that it is an obligation of the Government to look after the effective implementation of the provisions of The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989
Delhi High Court has disposed of the liquor traders plea directing to make new excise policy for 2021-2022 and the single bench led by Justice Rekha Palli was informed by Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi that the New Excise Policy will be put on the government website by the end of the day.
Justice Rekha Palli asked the government counsel to take instructions on “Whether they will be in a position to offer Covaxin to those who have got their first dose, before the expiry of six weeks period?”
It is submitted by the Petitioner that because of the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020, and the nationwide lockdown imposed since March 22, 2020, the students couldn’t attend the schools physically, whereas managed to learn alternately through the online classes conducted by the schools.
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 Delhi High Court bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli on Wednesday made it clear that the Covid aid that has come in from private parties and from abroad should be distributed on time and judiciously. The bench also asked for a compliance report from the Centre on May 22.
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