Delhi High Court becomes strict on lack of oxygen in the Corona period, said – God is trusting the country
News Desk:- Expressing concern over the lack of oxygen in hospitals, the Delhi High Court on Thursday said that the condition of corona infection in the capital has reached a very dangerous state. The High Court slammed the central government for not ensuring an adequate supply of oxygen to Delhi even after the order, saying, “We all know that the country is running in the faith of God.”
The bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli has made this sobering remark, ordering the central government to ensure the supply of oxygen allocated to Delhi without any hassle. Expressing displeasure with the government, the bench said that we all know God is running the country. The bench also ordered the government to take all necessary steps to ensure planned oxygen supply to Delhi.
The High Court has said that the government can do whatever it wants, even the land and sky can be united. The High Court has ordered all concerned authorities to ensure adherence to the orders passed under the Disaster Management Act to ensure strict compliance of central government directives. Under this, no one will be banned from moving from one state to another, including individuals, goods, medical oxygen.
Along with this, the High Court has directed the Central Government to ensure the supply of oxygen allocated to Delhi without any hassle so that the lives of patients can be saved. The court said that the order of allocation of oxygen by the central government should be strictly followed, otherwise criminal action will be taken.
Action will be taken against those who obstruct oxygen supply
On behalf of the Center, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the High Court that if any problem or obstruction is made by any person or officer taking oxygen from the plant or on the way, then action will be taken against such officers. Mehta has said that instructions have been given to the authorities in this regard. Also said that if the person creates trouble that in such a situation, the oxygen vehicle will be given protection.
The High Court had on Wednesday night lashed out at the Central Government for the lack of oxygen in hospitals across the country, including the capital. Taking this seriously, the High Court had directed the Central Government to stop supplying oxygen gas to industrial units with immediate effect and send it to hospitals to save the lives of patients infected with corona due to lack of oxygen.
Ensure availability of oxygen in hospitals under any circumstances.
A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli, during a night-long hearing on Wednesday, ordered the central government to ensure the availability of oxygen for Corona patients in hospitals. The Bench has said that it seems that people’s lives are not important for the government. The High Court said that AAP (Center) did not take any step to supply oxygen to the hospitals even after our Tuesday order.
The High Court said that we do not have any sense from where you will bring oxygen from where. The Bench said that begging, borrowing or stealing or setting up a new plant, but ensure supply of oxygen to the patients at all costs in the hospitals.
The bench has said that if the industry works with less capacity, the sky will not break, but if oxygen is not supplied in this situation, the situation will turn malevolent. The High Court has said that we cannot close our eyes after seeing people dying due to lack of oxygen. The High Court has said that the reality is that there is a shortage of oxygen throughout the country, including Delhi.
The bench made this comment when the central government said that there has been an increase in oxygen production up to 1000 MT in the last few days. At the same time, the Center said that we are giving oxygen to the steel plant and giving it to the hospitals. The bench gave the order on a petition filed by Max Hospital management.
The court objected to bringing oxygen from the airplane
The Delhi government suggested in the High Court that it could be transported by special aircraft to ensure immediate oxygen supply. To this, the Bench said that research done by his law researcher suggests that airlifting oxygen can be dangerous. Also, the bench said that oxygen can be brought either by road or by rail.