The Delhi High Court directed the Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma to look into the matter, while hearing the plea filed by a practising Advocate at Delhi, seeking medical treatment for his 72-year-old father, a cancer patient.
The Delhi High Court gave the Central Government and other authorities time till September 24 to file response on a petition, alleging that despite getting both doses of vaccine against COVID-19, a woman was yet to get certificate for the same
Non-communication on blacklisting the petitioner’s husband, lack of indicating violation of visa conditions and denial of issuance of visa, are in violation of rights of the petitioner under Article 19 and that of the petitioner and her husband under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, said the plea.
The petitions were primarily filed with the grievance of the persons in age group of 18-44 years who had received Covaxin's first dose and were not yet administered the second dosage of the vaccination within the prescribe period of time.
The bench, presided by Justice Sanghi, which was later joined by Justice Jasmeet Singh in place of Justice Palli, continued undertaking the affairs pertaining to the ongoing crisis as the lone pillar protecting the national capital of this country.
The Delhi High Court has sought a response from the Registrar General of Delhi High Court and the Delhi government in a petition seeking direction to make, and issue general rules for regulating the practice and proceedings of district courts in the best interest of justice.
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.
The Trinamool Congress’ (TMC) post-victory evolution in West Bengal has happened quickly and in Technicolor. The BJP’s former Union minister Babul Supriyo, who had lost all bearing in his party after his defeat, has joined the TMC.