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Delhi High Court shouts at Centre over shortage of Oxygen

Delhi High Court said- 'The Center has blindfolded, we cannot do this.'

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Published on 4 May 2021 9:51 AM GMT

Delhi High Court shouts at Centre over shortage of Oxygen
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New Delhi: Corona virus in the country is making the situation worse. So far, more than 2 crore corona cases have come. More than 2 lakh deaths have taken place. Meanwhile, there is a shortage of oxygen cylinders and ventilators in hospitals across states.

Delhi court shouts at Centre:

There was a hearing on lack of oxygen in the Delhi High Court on Tuesday. The High Court reprimanded the Central Government during this period. The court said, 'Seeing the situation in the country, you can become blind not us. We cannot see people dying. Delhi High Court said- 'The Center has blindfolded, we cannot do this.'

Shortage of oxygen:

In the High Court, Amicus Curie has informed that many people in Delhi are dying due to lack of oxygen. In the High Court, Emacus Curie has suggested that oxygen can be stored at some places, thereby reducing the crisis of scarcity.

On this, the High Court has told the Central Government that if the consumption of oxygen is less in Maharashtra at this time, then some tankers there can be sent to Delhi. The Center told the court that today we are filing our compliance report before the Supreme Court, we will not go to the fact that we have to supply 700 MT or fulfill the rest of the quota of gas.

The pace of infection is so fast that in just 137 days, the cases have crossed 1 crore to 2 crore. In the last 24 hours, 3 lakh 69 thousand 230 new cases of corona have been reported across the country. In the last 24 hours, 3,421 people have died from Corona. At the same time, 2.99 lakh people have also recovered on Monday.

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