The Supreme Court has allowed 3 weeks time to file Counter on the request of the ASG S V Raju, Counsel for the respondent in the matter of Hoarding of Oxygen Concentrators filed against the order passed by the Delhi High Court.
FIR was lodged on May 5, 2021, and then there was no bar on selling Oxygen Cylinder to them at higher prices. He added that the company had brought the items from abroad and all kinds of taxes were paid by them before selling.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday allowed further time to the Delhi Government to file a status report in a bail application filed by a person accused of illegally procuring over 500 oxygen concentrators.
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.
While striking down the IGST imposed on the import of Oxygen Concentrators for personal use as unconstitutional, the Delhi High Court bench of Justices Rajiv Shakdher and Talwant Singh had made a very special observation.
Delhi Court on Thursday rejected the Delhi Police plea seeking extension of 5-days police custody remand of businessman Navneet Kalra accused in hoarding and black marketing of Oxygen Concentrators while saying whatever substantial had to be achieved by the investigating agency through.
The Delhi High Court will today conduct hearing into a slew of petitions, demanding inclusion of Oxygen Concentrator in the list of Essential Commodities, so that the same can come under the ambit of the Essential Commodities Act.