Allahabad High Court on death of Covid patients for non-supply of oxygen says it is not less than genocide |  Allahabad High Court said - death of corona patients due to lack of oxygen is not less than any massacre


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The photo is of a serious patient of Corona, who reached the Lok Bandhu Hospital in Lucknow on Monday.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The photo is of a serious patient of Corona, who reached the Lok Bandhu Hospital in Lucknow on Monday.

Courts across the country are extremely angry with governments over the lack of oxygen amid the Corona epidemic. In this connection, Allahabad High Court made tough remarks on Tuesday. The High Court said that the death of Corona patients due to lack of oxygen supply in hospitals is a crime, it is not less than a massacre.

DM, Lucknow, Meerut orders inquiry in 48 hours
A bench of Justices Siddharth Verma and Justice Ajit Kumar was hearing a petition filed in the state on the rising cases of corona and the status of quarantine centers. Meanwhile, in Lucknow and Meerut, the court commented on the news reports on social media regarding deaths due to lack of oxygen. Also, DMs of both districts have been asked to investigate such news reports in 48 hours and present the report on the next hearing online.

The court said, ‘We are sad to see the corona patients dying. This is nothing short of a massacre by those who have the responsibility of arranging oxygen. How can we allow our people to die like this, while science is so advanced that today heart transplantation and brain surgery are also being done. ‘

The High Court said that usually we do not ask the state government and district administration to investigate viral news on social media, but the lawyers associated with this case are also referring to such reports. They even have the same situation in the rest of the districts of the state. Therefore, we felt it necessary to order the (court) government to take immediate steps.

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