Supreme Court to hear today centers plea over oxygen supply to Delhi


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New Delhi:

The central government has reached the Supreme Court against the order of the Delhi High Court in the oxygen case. The High Court had issued a show cause notice for contempt for not supplying oxygen to Delhi, which has been challenged in the Supreme Court by the Central Government. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear this application of the Center today. Justice DY Chandrachud will hear the bench.

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SG Tushar Mehta said that it is unfortunate that the High Court is taking contempt proceedings when the Center, its officials are doing their best. SG Tushar Mehta told the Delhi High Court that the Center has filed a petition in the Supreme Court. On this, the High Court said that they will hear at 2.30 pm.

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On the other hand, the hearing is going on in the Delhi High Court on the situation of Covid, lack of oxygen and beds. The court was told by the Delhi government that 555MT oxygen was given till midnight last night. The court advisor said that the situation is getting better than before. Delhi government said that the court should monitor oxygen daily. He feels that soon Delhi will need 700MT of oxygen daily.

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The Central Government lawyer told the High Court that I wanted to say something else yesterday, something else happened. Electronic media and print media took the other way, I am very sad. The High Court said that there must be grief. Delhi needed as much oxygen. Was not given as much The Supreme Court also said that you should do your work and give it to Delhi as needed. We ordered and did not follow our order.

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