Allahabad High Court caught the government lie through a phone call – Prayagraj: Government shows empty beds, High Court calls phone … Prisoner lies

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Wed May 05, 2021 6:49 AM IST

On April 27, the Allahabad Supreme Court, seeking self-awareness of the inhumane treatment conditions for corona patients in Uttar Pradesh, asked the government for answers on several points. At the last hearing, the government was unable to provide an answer. Additional Advocate General Manish Goyal asked for an additional two days’ notice and stated that a detailed affidavit was being prepared for the response to include all of the information sought. The government portal raises doubts
High Court attorney Anuj Singh said the government had set up a portal to find the number of empty Level 2 and 3 beds in all hospitals, but it provided incorrect information. In this regard, the court asked Anuj Singh to apply to the court himself during the hearing. The number was dialed and in the High Court the hospital replied that there were no beds on Levels 2 and 3 empty.

Even then, empty beds were shown on the portal. On the matter, the High Court stated that this portal aroused suspicion by the government. The government claims that there are 17,614 isolation beds and 5,510 intensive care beds in Prades and there is no shortage, but the reality is different.

Confiscated Waste Goods Including Remedisivir Injection
For illegally seized oxygen cylinders, remedisvir injections / pills and oximeters kept in the shipment, the court stated that keeping these items in the shipment is in no way in the public interest as they will all be spoiled. On the subject, Goyal said he would take up this issue with the state government so that it can be used properly and not be wasted.

On April 27, the Allahabad Supreme Court, seeking self-awareness of the inhumane treatment conditions for corona patients in Uttar Pradesh, asked the government for answers on several points. At the last hearing, the government was unable to provide an answer. Additional Advocate General Manish Goyal asked for an additional two days’ notice and stated that a detailed affidavit was being prepared for the response to include all of the information sought.

The government portal raises doubts

High Court attorney Anuj Singh said the government had set up a portal to find the number of empty Level 2 and 3 beds in all hospitals, but it provided incorrect information. In this regard, the court asked Anuj Singh to apply to the court himself during the hearing. The number was dialed and in the High Court the hospital replied that there were no beds on Levels 2 and 3 empty.

Even then, empty beds were shown on the portal. On the matter, the High Court stated that this portal aroused suspicion by the government. The government claims that there are 17,614 isolation beds and 5,510 intensive care beds in Prades and there is no shortage, but the reality is different.

Confiscated Waste Goods Including Remedisivir Injection

For illegally seized oxygen cylinders, remedisvir injections / pills and oximeters kept in the shipment, the court stated that keeping these items in the shipment is in no way in the public interest as they will all be spoiled. On the subject, Goyal said he would take up this issue with the state government so that it can be used properly and not be wasted.

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