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Oxygen crisis: High court reprimanded the center, said – you can turn a blind eye, but we do not

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Sushil Kumar Kumar
Updated Tue, 04 May 2021 04:12 PM IST

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The hearing is still going on in the Delhi High Court regarding the supply of oxygen. The court has once again reprimanded the central government over the shortage of oxygen. During the hearing, the court told the Center that you can close your eyes, but not us.

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The hearing is still going on in the Delhi High Court regarding the supply of oxygen. The court has once again reprimanded the central government over the shortage of oxygen. During the hearing, the court told the Center that you can close your eyes, but not us.

The Delhi High Court told the Center that today the entire nation is crying out for oxygen. If you are not managing oxygen supply properly, then why don’t you hand over the responsibility to the IITs and IIMs. If you entrust the management of oxygen tankers to IITs or IIMs, you will do a better job than you.

The High Court told the Center that the Supreme Court has asked you to supply 700 metric tonnes of oxygen to Delhi. If you do not supply then it would be contempt of court. Now, this is your job. Tankers are available, but you are not ready to do this work. Also, the High Court told the Central Government that if the consumption of oxygen is low in Maharashtra at this time, then some tankers there can be sent to Delhi.

The amicus curiae Rajasekhara Rao told the court that the people of the city would have to tell that they cannot keep cylinders in the houses. Also, we have to appeal that they do not hoard the cylinder. The High Court suggested creating a bank, in which people would voluntarily deposit cylinders.

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