close
Breaking news

The Champaran Foundation, in collaboration with InFeed, organised an online e...read more In one of the biggest leaks ever of offshore financial records, the Internation...read more The Champaran Foundation, in collaboration with InFeed, is inviting entries fo...read more The recently concluded German elections on September 26, 2021 have given a divid...read more According to latest news reports, China has been on a defense infrastructure rev...read more A new line of argument has already come to dominate the public sphere: it’...read more The government has gone one step further to detect community spread of the coro...read more The government has issued an order to abolish the six allowances, including the...read more Aarogya Setu application launched by NIC is aimed to track COVID-19 affected pe...read more SEOUL| South Korea’s unemployment rate was unchanged in April as the coronavi...read more Amid the outbreak of Corona pandemic in the country, Indian government has been...read more Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation on Tuesday indicated ...read more Corona infection in the country is taking a macabre form. So far, more than 74 ...read more Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has written a letter to UP Chi...read more On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a package of Rs 20 lakh cror...read more

SC Takes Suo Moto Cognizance of Shortage of Medicines and Oxygen

Supreme Court

The second wave of Covid-19 in India is proving fatal. More than three lakh people have been infected in the last 24 hours. Health facilities are also being severely impacted amid rising cases of corona. There has been a huge shortage of oxygen in the country. The Supreme Court of the country has taken suo motu cognizance of the case of shortage of medicines and oxygen. The court has also issued a notice in this regard to the central government and sought its response. The Supreme Court has asked the Central Government what system you have to deal with Corona.

On Thursday, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court that the country was in dire need of oxygen. In many parts of the country, there is a lot of problems due to lack of oxygen supply. The problem of patients is increasing due to lack of oxygen.

The top court will hear the case on Friday. A bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice L Nageswara Rao and Justice S Ravindra Bhat will hear the case. The bench appointed Harish Salve as amicus curiae (justice friend) to assist the court in the case.

Story Page