- Hearing on oxygen crises petition in Rajasthan High Court today
- Chief Justice Inderjit Mohanty accepts the petition
- Blam game is going on in Rajasthan due to oxygen supply
Due to the second wave of corona in the state, where the number of corona patients has crossed the one lakh mark. Meanwhile, the oxygen crisis is also deepening in the state. The matter has now reached the High Court in Rajasthan amidst allegations and counter-allegations between the state and the Center regarding the supply of oxygen. It is being told that there
It is written in correspondence
It is noteworthy that the presidents of the association Bhuvnesh Sharma and Giriraj Sharma have said in the letter that all the hospitals in the state are witnessing lack of oxygen in the last few days. According to media reports, hospitals are facing life-saving oxygen shortage during this epidemic, increasing the number of deaths, while the demand for oxygen is increasing day by day. Instead of addressing the problem, both the state and the center are blaming each other. As the state and center are being ruled by various political parties and due to lack of coordination between the two, the people of the state are suffering the brunt of it. In such a situation, the judiciary should intervene in this matter. Both governments should be directed to ensure adequate supply of oxygen in hospitals. Keeping these things in mind, now the Rajasthan High Court has taken cognizance of this.
Gehlot government wrote Rajya Sabha – letter to Lok Sabha MPs
Here, in view of the increasing oxygen load on Rajasthan, the Government of Rajasthan has now written a letter to 25 Lok Sabha members and 10 Rajya Sabha members of Rajasthan for this. At the same time, he has appealed to be placed before the central government on this issue of the state. Gehlot said that this situation needs to be given special attention in Rajasthan by 30 April.
Supreme Court also took cognizance
Where hearing on this issue has been set in the Rajasthan High Court on Friday. At the same time, the Supreme Court has also sought a plan from the Center for the supply of oxygen and medicines. A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde has issued a notice to the Center citing the situation in the country as an emergency. The Supreme Court has asked the Center to give an affidavit and give information about the supply of oxygen and essential medicines, how the vaccination should be done, and clear the national plan on how to decide the lockdown in the states.