The Delhi High Court on Wednesday pulled up the Delhi Government over its 'lethargic' attitude in giving forest clearance for completion of a 100-bedded hospital unit in Najafgarh area of the national capital.
The court had earlier reserved its judgment on a batch of petitions, including a plea moved by the Bar Council of Delhi (BCD), seeking a grant of the medical and term insurance for the lawyers registered with it.
The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) will place before the Delhi High Court today, the status report regarding the portal created for tracking the complete channel for distribution of Covid-19, Mucormycosis (Black Fungus) medicines.
The petitioner has said that he has made several attempts to reach the office bearers of all the respondents through email but received a remedy or response. At that, he had filed a CM Application before this Court.
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?”
The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed all 15 Oxygen refillers, who were listed in the order dated May 15 by the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD), to remain present before the Court on May 24.
Counsel Y.P. Singh said: “The government is telling something and not doing anything. They have not filed any reply also.” Mehra said that the Principal Secretary, Health's statement on the timeline to be recorded.