Negligence of useless our bodies: Delhi has scarcity of medical employees; High Court advised

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New Delhi: The AAP-led authorities on Monday (June 29) submitted the Delhi High Court that the Delhi authorities has a scarcity of medical employees. The court docket was listening to the case associated to negligence useless our bodies of COVID-19 sufferers within the capital. 

The Delhi authorities additionally stated that it has to this point misplaced 4 medical doctors as a consequence of COVID-19, and a number of other different medical doctors and medical employees are contaminated with the coronavirus. So, this isn’t the appropriate time to file a grievance in opposition to the Delhi authorities.

Earlier, the Court has expressed concern over the delay within the cremation of COVID-19 victims and made the remark that extra cremation infrastructure is urgently wanted within the nationwide capital.

A contempt case was filed within the High Court in opposition to the Delhi authorities on the negligence of the our bodies. The petitioner has submitted that regardless of the court docket’s order for the disposal of useless our bodies, the identical will not be being adopted as a consequence of this the contempt plea has been filed in opposition to the Delhi authorities in addition to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash (LNJP) Hospital.

Advocate Awadh Kaushik advised the court docket that the Delhi authorities had submitted earlier than the High Court that the instances associated to the negligence of useless our bodies wouldn’t come, however photos have as soon as once more that the useless our bodies are mendacity within the hall within the hospital ward the place sufferers are being admitted. 

The petitioner sought to attract the eye of the court docket that the Delhi authorities will not be following the court docket order, due to this fact, a contempt case should be slapped on the state authorities in addition to medical director of the hospital. 

The Delhi authorities’s lawyer, nevertheless, advised the court docket {that a} related case could be heard by the Supreme Court on July 20. After this, the High Court deferred its listening to until July 29.