Supreme Court rejects High Court order

Supreme Court rejects High Court order


The Supreme Court on Thursday issued notice to the Karnataka High Court on the need to increase the daily polarized medical oxygen content for Covid-19 infected persons to 1200 metric tons.

Karnataka already has 965 tonnes of Oxygen Being fulfilled. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing on a bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud, urged the Karnataka High Court to immediately restrain the order.

Currently, 965 metric tonnes of polarized medical oxygen is being supplied to Karnataka. Against the backdrop of increasing day-to-day infections The central government To provide 1200 metric tonnes of oxygen per day immediately High Court Ordered only on Wednesday.

To the center walk Congress Shock
The Karnataka Congress has expressed shock over the move by the central government. The number of infected people in the state continues to rise and is currently demanding 1471 tonnes of oxygen per day. However, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) chairman D Narayanasamy said that only 865 tonnes of oxygen were being supplied. K. Sivakumar is upset.



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