Telangana Government informed to submit record on settlement paid to kin of departed
Hyderabad: The High Court Division Bench headed by Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma as well as Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavili on Monday valued the initiatives of the State government as well as Dr G Srinivas Rao, Director, Public Health as well as Family Welfare, in taking prompt action in cutting the fast-spreading Covid -19 as well as its brand-new variation Omicron in the State.
The Chief Justice claimed, “It is the sincere efforts of the State and Dr G Srinivas Rao due to which the State has not suffered many deaths due to Covid-19… this Court appreciates the efforts of the State and the Director, Public Health and Family Welfare, TS.”
Advocate General Banda Shivananda Prasad submitted a condition record on spread of Covid -19 in the State as well as hoped that Covid -19 scenario has actually normalised as the variety of instances have actually significantly boiled down as well as ensured the court that the State was taking as well as would certainly proceed its effort in suppressing as well as cutting the additional spread of Covid -19 in the State as well as asked for the court to shut the set of PILs submitted on Covid -19.
The Chief Justice, after listening to the opinions of the AG, though consented to shut the set of PILs, yet, stopping for some time, asked the AG regarding what was the most recent setting on the facet of repayment of settlement to the kith as well as kin of the individuals that caught corona infection.
The Advocate General looked for 6 weeks’ time to submit the upgraded condition record on the facet of repayment of settlement to the dependents of the deceased.
Accordingly, the Chief Justice Court adjourned the set of PILs on Covid -19 by 6 weeks, guiding the State Government to submit a fresh condition record appropriately equipping the details on repayment of settlement to the dependants of the additional as well as departed guided the State to comply with the most recent standards released by the Government of India dated February 25. The issue was adjourned by 6 weeks.