Corona patients are our responsibility

Lalitpur Uttar Pradesh Justice Minister Brajesh Pathak paid tribute to judicial officers who lost their lives to Corona in a virtual meeting with officials from the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Association. He said it is our responsibility to treat the coronavirus infected law enforcement officers.
Justice Minister Justice HP, Lucknow High Court Bench 11 judicial officers working in different counties of the state including Virendra Kumar Srivastava Satya Prakash Dwivedi ADJ Moradabad, late. Rajeev Kumar Singh ADJ Badaun, late Vishnu Pratap Singh ADJ Deoria, late Dhirendra Pratap Singh ADJ Prayagraj, late. Krishna Chandra Pandey, ADJ Basti, late. Ami Singh ADJ Bhadohi, late Shakeel Ahmed Khan Chief Justice Kutumb Court Sant Kabir Nagar, late. Rajesh Kumar ADJ Lakhimpur, late Taib Ahmed ADJ Saharanpur, late. Omveer ADJ Lalitpur and Late Amit Kumar Singh paid tribute to CJM Eta, saying it was an unexpected disaster. We all have to fight with full strength until we win against Corona. The whole government is with you.
He suggested forming a WhatsApp group of the Judicial Service Association so that everyone could be in contact with each other during this time of disaster and could receive immediate support if needed. The Justice Minister also assured that any civil servant who would be infected with Corona by standing up for him would provide him with the best possible medical care and not weaken his morale through constant contact with Corona-affected officers. He also said that currently all officers admitted to hospital with corona infection are in constant contact with them and provide appropriate medical care according to their needs. The Judicial Services Association filed an indentation request online at the meeting itself, prominently advising that all judicial officers and their family members, as well as court staff, should be treated as front line workers and that all judicial officers should be given cashless medical facilities on a priority basis. Has been.

Lalitpur Uttar Pradesh Justice Minister Brajesh Pathak paid tribute to judicial officers who lost their lives to Corona in a virtual meeting with officials from the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Association. He said it is our responsibility to treat the coronavirus infected law enforcement officers.

Justice Minister Justice HP, Lucknow High Court Bench 11 judicial officers working in different counties of the state including Virendra Kumar Srivastava Satya Prakash Dwivedi ADJ Moradabad, late. Rajeev Kumar Singh ADJ Badaun, late Vishnu Pratap Singh ADJ Deoria, late Dhirendra Pratap Singh ADJ Prayagraj, late. Krishna Chandra Pandey, ADJ Basti, late. Ami Singh ADJ Bhadohi, late. Shakeel Ahmed Khan Chief Justice Kutumb Court Sant Kabir Nagar, late. Rajesh Kumar ADJ Lakhimpur, late Taib Ahmed ADJ Saharanpur, late. Omveer ADJ Lalitpur and Late Amit Kumar Singh paid tribute to CJM Etah and said this was an unexpected disaster. We all have to fight with full strength until we win against Corona. The whole government is with you.

He suggested forming a WhatsApp group of the Judicial Service Association so that everyone could be in contact with each other during this time of disaster and could receive immediate support if needed. The Justice Minister also assured that any civil servant who would be infected with Corona by standing up for him would provide him with the best possible medical care and not weaken his morale through constant contact with Corona-affected officers. He also said that currently all officers admitted to hospital with corona infection are in constant contact with them and provide appropriate medical care according to their needs. The Judicial Services Association filed an indentation request online at the meeting itself, prominently advising that all judicial officers and their family members, as well as court staff, should be treated as front line workers and that all judicial officers should be given cashless medical facilities on a priority basis. Has been.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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