Special Court Delay in oxygen supply due to farmers protest at...

Delay in oxygen supply due to farmers protest at Borders around Delhi, Advocates writes to Chief Justice of India

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A letter has been written to the Chief Justice of India in order to put an end to the farmer’s protest at the border which is causing a delay in oxygen supply to the hospitals.

The letter has been written by Satyam Singh Rajput, Advocate, Supreme Court and Founder Justice For Rights Foundation and Advocate Amit Kumar Sharma stating, “That for the last two days, Delhi is facing an acute shortage of oxygen, it has been revealed that the supply of the vital gas has been disrupted by the ongoing farmer protests in and around Delhi.”

Rajput also stated that on dated April 21, 2021 the Delhi Police on Wednesday helped move a truck carrying oxygen cylinders for Covid-19 patients from the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway enroute Delhi after it was allegedly “stuck” at the Singhu border due to the ongoing farmers’ protest.

Mr Rajput requested has sought directions to remove obstacles that have been put up by the agitators so that ordinary citizens do not face difficulties and emergency medical services can run as normal.

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