Allahabad HC's question to the Yogi government - How is the government dealing with Corona in rural and semi-urban areas?

Allahabad HC's question to the Yogi government - How is the government dealing with Corona in rural and semi-urban areas?

Prayagraj : The Allahabad High Court on Friday asked the state government to explain how it is going to deal with the growing epidemic in rural and semi-urban areas and small towns. A bench of Justices Siddharth Verma and Justice Ajit Kumar made the remarks while hearing a PIL filed on the prevalence of Kovid-19 and the status of separate habitat centers in the state. Please tell that the court was told that in recent times the focus of the government has been on big cities and small districts and cities were unfortunately ignored and the media did not pay any attention to it. Now the outbreak of the epidemic is seen increasing in rural areas and the situation has worsened due to lack of proper medical facility.

In the case of alleged death due to lack of oxygen at the Trauma Center of the Medical College in Meerut, the Meerut District Magistrate said that the death was not due to lack of oxygen supply, but due to some other reasons. However, on the question of how much oxygen was stored in the hospital on the day of the incident, the District Magistrate could not give any satisfactory answer. He could not even answer what was the cause of death. On this, the court directed the District Magistrate of Meerut to conduct a thorough investigation into the matter and present the report on the next date of hearing. The court directed all the District Magistrates to dispose of life saving drugs, oxygen cylinders, etc. within a week after they were found lying in their warehouse after the recovery of essential drugs and injections from black marketers.

The court also directed the Director General of Police to issue a consultation to all the senior Superintendents of Police and Superintendents of Police of the state to contact the concerned District Magistrates for disposal of such items within 24 hours of the recovery of them from illegal possession. Say. On the availability of the vaccine, the court said, "Our view is that tendering is a long process and if we delay vaccination of a large population of this state then we may miss the voluntary results of vaccination." It is therefore necessary that the government should negotiate directly with the vaccine manufacturers with the help of the country's diplomats. " The court asked the state government to find ways to ensure immediate purchase of the vaccine so that all the people in the state could be fully vaccinated within three to four months.

The High Court said, "On the next date of hearing, the government should tell us what it has to offer to speed up the purchase of vaccines from the global market." All efforts of the government so far to control the corona epidemic in the state were appreciated by the court. However, it is also said that this is not the time to relax. It said that a lot of work still remains to be done, especially in the area of ​​public health facilities, given the threat of the third wave of Kovid-19. The court fixed May 11 as the next date of hearing in the case. 


Mayawati preparing for UP 2022 elections, advised workers to join 'Sarva Samaj' and trust 'cadre'

Mayawati preparing for UP 2022 elections, advised workers to join 'Sarva Samaj' and trust 'cadre'

Lucknow: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President and former Chief Minister Mayawati, who is preparing for the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, on Saturday, while advising the workers to connect the people of the whole society, asked the workers to trust the party's 'cadre' more. Not on those leaders who give more importance to personal interest than party interest and are sold. In her address after discussing with the workers in a meeting held at the BSP's state headquarters on Saturday, Mayawati stressed on the political and social activities of the BSP as well as increasing the party's support base in the society. According to the statement issued from the BSP headquarters, Mayawati bluntly told the workers, “The people of the party should trust the cadre more and not on those leaders who take the name of Param Pujya Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar and Manyavar Kanshi Ram,

The BSP chief said that ultimately such people harm themselves more than the party, even if they realize it later, it is important to be careful with such people. The BSP chief had recently expelled BSP Legislature Party leader Lalji Verma and former BSP state president Ram Achal Rajbhar from the BSP on charges of anti-party activities. Mayawati cautioned the workers from the leaders who left the BSP and said, “BSP is a cadre based party fighting for the welfare of the poor and neglected of the whole society, unlike other parties and hence the party's ground preparations and its The series of small cadre meetings for strength etc. has to be continued continuously under the missionary spirit at any cost.

Giving the mantra to her workers to connect all castes with BSP, Mayawati claimed that in the four tenures of BSP rule, countless works were done for the entire society and weaker sections, but the subsequent governments stopped them due to casteist mindset. He appreciated the work done by the people of BSP among the general public during the very difficult period of Corona outbreak. Mayawati also said that the news of donations received by different parties comes in the media but BSP is a separate party which is not a party with money power and slave mentality following the benevolence of Dhannasheths and capitalists etc. He cautioned the workers that along with the strength of the organization, the people of the party have to take the help of cadre meeting for the coming assembly elections and remind them in those meetings that BSP is a benevolent party of the whole society. Former Chief Minister said that BSP's Sarvajan Hitay - Sarvajan Sukhay


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