The Supreme Court has asked the Center to identify hospitals where Kovid-19 patients can be treated free or at a very low cost. The court has asked the central government to file a reply within a week.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the central government that why private hospitals that have got free land cannot treat the hospital corona patients free of cost?
According to the report of Indian Express, the Supreme Court has asked the Center to identify such hospitals, where Kovid-19 patients can be treated free or at a very low cost.
The court has asked the central government to file a reply within a week.
Chief Justice SA Bobde, while hearing a petition, asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta whether the government provides land for private hospitals for free or charges a very nominal charge. In such a situation, these hospitals should treat the infected free of cost at the time of this epidemic. More in Featured: Uttar Pradesh: A case of treason filed against Yogi Adityanath on charges of objectionable remarks. US: On Twitter’s tweet by Twitter warning for fact check Dicorona virus: security personnel and vegetable sellers will have to do two lakh hectares of crop wasted in Rajasthan and Gujarat in 2019-20 due to the attack of testists: Government: Is Gujarat government intentionally decreasing the speed of Kovid testing to show less data?
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