Allahabad High Court comments on deaths due to lack of oxygen - this is not less than a massacre ...

Allahabad High Court comments on deaths due to lack of oxygen - this is not less than a massacre ...

Prayagraj: There are frequent cases of lack of oxygen in UP. Allahabad High Court is very strict on this. The court termed the deaths of Kovid-19 patients as a criminal act due to lack of oxygen supply to hospitals, saying it was nothing short of a massacre by officials who were entrusted with the responsibility for its continuous supply.

Please tell that the High Court gave this comment on the news that is going viral on social media, according to which Kovid-19 patients died in Lucknow and Meerut district due to lack of oxygen. The court has directed the District Magistrates of Lucknow and Meerut to conduct a factual inquiry within 48 hours.
A bench of Justices Siddharth Verma and Justice Ajit Kumar gave this direction while hearing a PIL on the spread of infection in the state and the status of a separate habitat center. The court has asked both the district magistrates to present their investigation report on the next hearing of the case and be present online in the court.

The court said that we are sad to see that due to lack of oxygen supply to hospitals, Kovid patients are dying. This is a criminal act and is nothing short of a massacre by those who are tasked with ensuring the continuous purchase and supply of liquid medical oxygen.


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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