High Court said: Government should prepare to deal with the third wave of Corona, everyone should be vaccinated

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Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Fri, 11 Jun 2021 11:43 AM IS

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A division bench of High Court Chief Justice Pankaj Mitthal and Vinod Chatterjee Kaul on Thursday asked the government to ensure that oxygen generation plants are set up from now on. Do not completely eliminate temporary arrangements made so far, so that these facilities can be used in future if needed.

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Taking suo motu cognizance, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has said that the state government should prepare to deal with the possible third wave of corona. Hope she is already doing this. Also, the government should vaccinate everyone for corona. For this, a fresh campaign should also be launched institution wise.

Balwinder Singh, through Advocate Dinesh Chauhan, had filed a PIL in the High Court that the post-mortem of the person who died of Corona should not be done and the body should be handed over to his family. His family should at least be allowed to see the face of the deceased. He could perform her last rites with full rituals. The court said that the Center has issued guidelines regarding corona infection.

Permission to pick bones after cremation
The court has said that the face of the deceased will be allowed to be seen. All those religious rites can be performed in which the dead body is not to be touched. No family member can cling to the dead body. After the funeral, relatives can also choose the ashes, as there is no infection with the ashes. This is also happening in the Kovid protocol. He is being cremated in the presence of 20 relatives of the deceased. We feel that the government is understanding the sentiments of the people. Yes, we hope that the families of those who died of corona are not harassed. This should be strictly implemented.

Action plan filed to deal with Kovid
The bench said, many applications have been filed in the court regarding Kovid. It contains complaints and suggestions. The Advocate General should talk to the government about all this. In this, also take the help of the court’s associate lawyers. Earlier, Advocate General DC Raina informed about the action plan to deal with Kovid on behalf of the Health Department. An affidavit was filed in the court and it was informed that what preparations have been made to deal with Corona.

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Taking suo motu cognizance, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has said that the state government should prepare to deal with the possible third wave of corona. Hope she is already doing this. Also, the government should vaccinate everyone for corona. For this, a fresh campaign should also be started institution wise.

Balwinder Singh, through Advocate Dinesh Chauhan, had filed a PIL in the High Court that the post-mortem of the person who died of Corona should not be done and the body should be handed over to his family. His family should at least be allowed to see the face of the deceased. He could perform her last rites with full rituals. The court said that the Center has issued guidelines regarding corona infection.

Permission to pick bones after cremation

The court has said that the face of the deceased will be allowed to be seen. All those religious rites can be performed in which the dead body is not to be touched. No family member can cling to the dead body. After the funeral, relatives can also choose the ashes, as there is no infection with the ashes. This is also happening in the Kovid protocol. He is being cremated in the presence of 20 relatives of the deceased. We feel that the government is understanding the sentiments of the people. Yes, we hope that the families of those who died of corona are not harassed. This should be strictly implemented.

Action plan filed to deal with Kovid

The bench said, many applications have been filed in the court regarding Kovid. It contains complaints and suggestions. The Advocate General should talk to the government about all this. In this also take the help of the court’s associate lawyers. Earlier, Advocate General DC Raina informed about the action plan to deal with Kovid on behalf of the Health Department. An affidavit was filed in the court and it was informed that what preparations have been made to deal with Corona.

Also read- Pakistan will love water: Shahpur Kandi project expected to be commissioned by November 2022

Also read- Willpower of the elderly: defeated Corona at the age of 96 after getting vaccinated

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