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Delhi HC wonders: Why wait till April 22 to stop oxygen supply to industry?

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New Delhi, April 20 (ILNS):  The Delhi High Court today, while hearing a petition regarding the serious Covid-19 condition in the National Capital, asked why wait till April 22 for stoppage of oxygen supply to industries (as proposed by the government) and not stop this immediately?

A division bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli was hearing the matter in which Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma and Advocate Monika Arora represented the Centre and Senior Advocate Rahul Mehra (representing the State of Delhi) and Advocate Satyakam (also represented Delhi) were the plaintiffs.

The issues being discussed in court are of a shortage of oxygen, shortage of hospital beds, tests, wastage of vaccines, shortage of life saving medicines and more issues around the serious condition that had led to a complete lockdown in the National Capital.

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