Kerala High Court turns petition related to financial assistance given to medically boarded out disabled soldiers due to 100 percent disability attributable to service, into Public Interest writ petition
The Supreme Court on Tuesday disposed off the plea as infructuous filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation against the order of Delhi High Court, which had granted liberty to Deepak Puri to travel abroad for medical treatment, accused in connection with a Rs 354 crore bank fraud case
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 Supreme Court bench led by D.Y. Chandrachud delved into the larger issue of safeguarding the right of a citizen to receive medical treatment anywhere while hearing a plea in court that alleged that hospitals in Noida and Gurugram made it mandatory to produce an Adhaar Card with a local address.