The petitioner in Madras High Court said that the OBC candidates must be eligible for 50 percent reservation as envisaged under the Tamil Nadu Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Act, 1993 and as previously affirmed by the Court vide its earlier decision dated July 27, 2020.
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
A bench led by the Chief Justice Dipankar Datta & Justice G.S. Kulkarni has noted that there is no categorical prohibition imposed by the Central Government for the States to undertake a door-to-door vaccination program, for the elderly and disabled citizens.
Advocate Prabhsahay Kaur through the petition sought the direction to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the Government of NCT of Delhi and to its vendor INOX Air Products LTD to immediately supply 3000 cubit metres of LMO to Saroj Super Speciality Hospital.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday was informed by the Centre that once it notified the National Policy on Rare Diseases, the individual cases can be dealt with accordingly and the patients can be referred to the notified centers in the different institutes.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, not to keep the finalisation and notification of the Draft Health Policy for Rare Diseases, 2020 pending indefinitely.