The tribunal said, "The affidavit of the State Government must clearly indicate the District-wise work completed with regard to laying of pipeline, including the position of issuance of RoU, works that are in the pipeline, expected timeline of completion and yet to commence."
The Sikkim High Court stated that the Centre as well the State must act in unison to provide the necessary infrastructure to all the districts in Sikkim so that the RT-PCR testing facilities are available for every citizen of the State easily.
In its judgment in a suo motu matter titled “In Re: Problems and Miseries of Migrant Labourers”, the Suoreme Court has directed the Centre, States to complete the process of the portal for a national database for migrants and implement one nation one ration card scheme by 31 July.
The state government has responded with Standard Operating Procedure to the PIL seeking directions for formulating a policy for Covid vaccination of mentally challenged persons. After perusing the affidavit, the Bombay High Court has said it is sceptical of the measures if it would at all be effective.
The State Government submitted that it has been asserted in the memorandum that only 2956 transgenders have been provided with the first lot of cash relief and there are a further 8493 transgender persons who are entitled to receive the same benefit.
The Madras High Court has sought response from the state government on considering persons who have applied to the transgender board to be entitled to receive the cash relief announced by the government, despite not having ration cards. The matter will now be taken up on June 18.