Shortage of oxygen in Covid hospitals: Treating Rajasthan HC Bar Association’s letter as a PIL

Shortage of oxygen in Covid hospitals: Treating Rajasthan HC Bar Association's letter as a PIL

Considering the letter of the Rajasthan HC Bar Association as a PIL, the Rajasthan HC will today hear a letter petition regarding the lack of oxygen faced by the Covid hospitals.

Accepting the association’s request, Chief Justice Inderjit Mahanti has corresponded highlighting the plight of Kovid patients and the situation arising out of the reduction in PIL in hospitals.

In the letter, the president of the association, Bhuvanesh Sharma, has alleged that the state and central government were passing money and not dealing with the emerging situation and that the people of Rajasthan were suffering due to differences between the government.

The association’s letter states that oxygen deficiency is being seen in patients admitted to hospitals in all districts of the state of Rajasthan.

Citing media reports, the letter stated that with the increasing demand for oxygen, hospitals were facing a shortage of the same and the state and central governments were spending money. 

Finally, the letter requested the Rajasthan High Court to intervene in the case and direct both governments to ensure an adequate supply of oxygen to hospitals.

Furthermore, the letter also states that the state and central governments are being ruled by various political parties, lack of coordination exists between them, and the real victims are the people of the state.

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