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The High Court has severely reprimanded the Center over the oxygen crisis in Delhi. Delhi High Court told the Center on Tuesday that you can sit like an ostrich by putting your head in the sand and not we. After this, a notice was issued to the Central Government asking why not to pursue a contempt of court case for not complying with the order to supply oxygen to Delhi.

The High Court also rejected the plea of ​​the Center in which it said that 700 metric tonnes of oxygen cannot be given to Delhi with the existing infrastructure. The court said, “The Supreme Court has already said and now we are also saying that the Center will have to supply 700 metric tons of oxygen to Delhi from now on.”

Center did not supply oxygen in prescribed quantity to Delhi
Rejecting the Center, the Delhi High Court said – what is the benefit of the affidavit following the instructions, when the reality is that 700 metric tons of oxygen was not supplied. Even up to 490 metric tonnes of oxygen previously decided were not delivered for a single day.

Central government lawyer rejects plea
When the Assistant Solicitor General said that the Supreme Court had not ordered Delhi to supply 700 metric tons of oxygen. To this, the court said, ‘We do not agree with this. The Supreme Court had given clear instructions to the Center to strike a balance through supplies.

Government to hand over oxygen management to IIT and IIM
The court told the central government that if you give the management of oxygen supply to IIT and IIM, then they will handle it better. IIM experts and people with brilliant mind should be added to this. The court said these things while hearing the petition filed on behalf of Mayaram Hospital in Delhi.

Maharashtra’s advice to give oxygen to Delhi
Amicus Curiae told the court that the demand for oxygen in Maharashtra is still low. In such a situation, the supply being sent there can be cut and given to Delhi. Curie also said that oxygen can be stored. So that no one is killed in an emergency. At the same time, the court rebuked the central government and said that Delhi has been asked to supply 700 metric tons of oxygen. In any case, it should be supplied.

The court said last week – the water went above the head
During the hearing on Saturday in this case, the High Court had made a strong comment, saying that the water has now gone above the head. Now we mean by work. Now you (central government) have to arrange everything. The High Court had directed the Center that in any case Delhi should reach 490 MT of oxygen. If this is not followed, the court can take contempt action.

Earlier on Friday, the High Court had made a strong comment and said that the government has proved to be a complete failure. The country is witnessing a huge boom in the transition. It has impacted the entire medical system. Nobody had imagined that it would attack us in this way.

Senior Advocate was crying
During the hearing, State Bar Council Chairman and Senior Advocate Ramesh Gupta wept. He told the court that we are getting calls from many infected members of the Bar Council. If they do not find oxygen cylinders, they will die. On this, the High Court said, ‘We understand your pain. Nobody thought that the corona virus would cause such bad days. ‘

18 thousand patients found in 24 hours in Delhi
On Monday, 18,043 people were found corona positive in Delhi. 20,293 people recovered and 448 died. So far, 11 lakh 94 thousand people have been infected. Of these, 10 lakh 85 thousand have been cured, while 17,414 patients have died. 89,592 is undergoing treatment.

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