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Thursday, 15 April 2021

Hearing / Government The High Court again slapped the government

Hearing / Government The High Court again slapped the government.




The High Court has started hearing on Suromoto's plea not to disclose against Corona.


The High Court has begun hearing an undisclosed petition about Suromoto's corona

The government had filed an affidavit in the High Court yesterday

Hearing before a bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Bhargava Kariya

Watch the ongoing court hearing.

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The High Court has started hearing on Suromoto's plea not to disclose against Corona. Yesterday, the government filed an affidavit in the High Court. A bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Bhargava Kariya has started hearing the case. Sumoto, High Court Advocate Assoc. Join the petition as a party.


The sin we have committed but, I will ask Kejriwal to give free injection, I will give: Harsh Sanghvi

A major decision by the government to shut down education in colleges across the state amid the Koro crisis

'Don't give speeches from Delhi, come here and see the situation', Sanjay Raut fires Union Minister

The Advocate General said the media report showed an extremely volatile situation. The Chief Justice disagreed with the Advocate General's statement and said media reports could not be completely ignored. The status quo is being shown in the media


What was the government's response?


When the High Court sought an answer from the government on the deteriorating state of the Corona virus in Gujarat, a 61-page affidavit was filed in the High Court detailing the work done by the government during the Corona period.


The sin we have committed but, I will ask Kejriwal to give free injection, I will give: Harsh Sanghvi

A major decision by the government to shut down education in colleges across the state amid the Koro crisis

'Don't give speeches from Delhi, come here and see the situation', Sanjay Raut fires Union Minister

The government is not in the mood for a lockdown or curfew


It has been claimed by the government that the government is committed to the Corona virus epidemic and the affidavit makes it clear that the government has no idea about lockdown or curfew.


 Assurance given to the High Court regarding injection and oxygen


The decision was taken by the government following the High Court's suggestion on marriage and deat

 

The government has also responded in the High Court on the issue of injections, claiming that the government is taking action on the black market and assuring that there will be no shortage of oxygen after April 17. The government said oxygen production has been increased to 900. 1100 metric tons metric tons

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