The Delhi government recently withdrew its order where it was compulsory to wear a mask while driving alone. This happened after an observation by the Delhi High Court where it termed as “absurd” a Delhi government order making it compulsory to wear a mask while driving alone in the context of Covid-19 and asked why the decision was still prevailing.
Delhi High Court was dealing with a plea seeking setting aside of the Admission Bulletin issued by the Delhi University for the year 2021-22 in as much as it stipulated that only marks awarded in Class XII be filled during admission process.
The court said: “We make it clear, that if we find that these provisions are not implemented, we will ourselves deal with the failure of GNCTD for implementation of the act (the Juvenile Justice Act), and consequences would follow for those don’t perform.”
The court directive had said: "We direct that if any import is made by any person of this drug (Amphotericin B), it shall be allowed on a bond furnished by the importer without the actual duty being paid, till a decision is taken by the Centre.”
The Delhi High Court bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli on Wednesday issued notice to all people held for black marketing Covid-related life saving drugs and equipment, including oxygen concentrators and such.
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.
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.