allahabad hc praise yogi government: after tough comments allahabad high court now praises yogi government happy over steps taken for treatment of coronavirus
- Allahabad High Court has praised the work of the Government of Uttar Pradesh
- Court praised for providing good treatment facilities in Corona
- A few days ago the High Court called the health system of UP as Rambharose
Not long ago, the Allahabad High Court made strong comments on the Uttar Pradesh government over the poor health system amid the Corona epidemic. The court even said that UP’s health services are Ram Bharosa. But now a bench of the High Court has praised Yogi Adityanath Sarkar only for the health facilities. The court expressed satisfaction over the steps taken by the state government amid Corona infection.
A bench of Justices Siddharth Verma and Justice Ajit Kumar praised the state government for the management of Kovid during a public interest litigation filed on health facilities for the treatment of corona in the state. The court while recording the report given by the state government, however, did not pass any order and directed to set a date for hearing in the second week of June.
‘Some Government’s Steps Commendable’
The court took cognizance of the report filed by the state government regarding the medical facilities available in Bahraich, Shravasti, Bijnor, Barabanki and Jaunpur districts and said that some steps taken by the Yogi government regarding health facilities are praiseworthy. The court asked to file a progress report on the medical facilities of five more districts Bhadohi, Ghazipur, Ballia, Deoria and Shamli on the next date of hearing.
Yogi government fixed test rates, court expressed satisfaction
The Allahabad High Court expressed special satisfaction with the government’s initiative to set the rates of RTPCR, antigen, trunet test and CT scan. It is noteworthy that Chief Minister Yogi himself took cognizance of some complaints regarding the recovery of money for diagnostic tests on behalf of some private hospitals and nursing homes. After this, the rates of all the tests from the government were fixed, which was highly welcomed by the public. The court took positive cognizance that the rate of RTPCR has been fixed between Rs 500 and Rs 900, antigen test Rs 200, trunet test Rs 1200 and CT scan between 2000 and 2500 rupees from the government.
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