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Two days ago, the Allahabad High Court gave this order to the Yogi government.
- Next hearing in High Court on 22 May
After the Allahabad High Court called the Ramona pandemic in rural areas as Ram Bharosa, the government has been stressed. The High Court has given several such orders, such as preparing ambulances with two ICU facilities in each village and setting up of oxygen plants in 30-bed hospitals, which is a curiosity for the government to complete within the stipulated time frame. Law experts believe that during the hearing of the case on 22 May, the government may ask for some more time to implement the preparations.
There are a total of 59,163 gram sabhas in Uttar Pradesh. There are about 97,941 villages in these gram sabhas. In such a situation, the government will have to take a total of 1,95,882 ambulances per village in the state. In such a situation, the government will have to draw a tender to make an ambulance tax system. It takes a lot of time to complete the tender process. After the finalization of the tender, it will not be easy to complete the order of the ambulance in the village in a month.
How will vaccination happen in 3 months ….
Apart from this, the court has given instructions to complete the vaccination within three months. Looking at the pace of vaccination now, it seems that the government will complete the vaccination in three months. This is also a big challenge before the government. Justice Siddharth Verma and Justice Ajit Kumar have ordered the state government to make oxygen plants compulsory in all 30-bed nursing homes and hospitals.
Apart from this, medical colleges have also been ordered to be established in Prayagraj, Agra, Meerut, Kanpur, Gorakhpur. However, the government has been given four months to complete this process. Now the challenge before the government is to acquire land to set up a medical college and complete the construction work in four months by arranging funds. High court advocate Shravan Tripathi says that it is a big challenge to fulfill any order given by the High Court within the stipulated time frame.