The Delhi High Court bench headed by Justice Vipin Sanghi observed, “…it has not been examined, as to how the Gautam Gambhir Foundation could have procured the drug Fabiflu from the license dealers/retailers between 22.04.2021 and 29.04.2021.”
The task force interim report on Delhi further said that there was gross discrepancy in the actual oxygen use claimed and the calculation of consumption using bed capacity. It further said that the discrepancy in data was because of “a poor understanding of demand calculation”.
Retired telecom chief engineer moves HC seeking to know if the Delhi government is prepared to face challenges posed by the Covid-19 third wave which has been forecast by experts. India has performed miserably in the second wave particularly in the area of hospital beds and oxygen availability.
Supreme Court insists on making a plan to protect children from the third wave also suggested keeping buffer stock. Center said, there is a shortage in the Delhi government's plan, oxygen is not getting to the needy.
Advocate Sanjay Ghosh suggested that court complexes are also not in use, the COVID care centers can be set up there, and a coordination mechanism may be brought in place. He emphasized that Judicial Officers are also frontline workers.
The Delhi High Court bench while hearing the petition filed highlighting the recent incidents of children committing suicides, or going into depression refused to entertain a PIL seeking formulation of policy protecting children from online game addiction.