New Delhi, Lucknow 21 May: The Supreme Court has stayed the May 17 order of the Allahabad High Court which was asked to give two ICU ambulances for all the villages of Uttar Pradesh within a month.
The Supreme Court asked the state government to try to act with the help of the High Court order as advice.
The Supreme Court said that the trial in the case will continue in the Allahabad High Court. The High Court should not issue instructions on such cases, which are being heard by the Supreme Court.
On behalf of the Uttar Pradesh government, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta demanded that the cases related to Corona be heard by the bench of the Chief Justice of the High Court but the Supreme Court refused to give any order on it.
During the hearing, the counsel for the Uttar Pradesh government said that giving two-two ambulances for 97 thousand villages in a month, including other orders may have been given for good purpose, but these are impractical. Doctors and paramedical staff, who are constantly working, are getting frustrated by the Allahabad High Court’s remarks like the village medical facility is ‘Ram Bharose’. Health infrastructure cannot be ignored. We are taking steps on that.