The Supreme Court has granted another 4 weeks' time for the Centre to comply with the judgment and frame guidelines in the plea seeking ex-gratia assistance to the families of people who died due to Covid-19.
While observing that the centre could not stay away from paying the amount to the kin of Covid-19 patients who died, the Court asked NDMA to frame guidelines in this regard while abstaining from specifying the compensation.
The petitioner being IAS has no intention to malign the image of the Government but only, by posting the contents and news items, wants to draw the attention of the Government towards the problems faced by the citizens during the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.
A single-Judge Madhya Pradesh High Court bench while disposing a Petition filed by one Bharat being aggrieved by the order dated 12/10/2018 , whereby Mukhya Abhiyantra, Lok Nirman Vibhag Dashara medan (respondent No.2) , Ujjain has rejected his claim for compassionate appointment.
The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court has sought a reply from the Uttar Pradesh Government in three weeks on the compensation to personnel who died of coronavirus in the line of duty during the panchayat elections.