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HC Angry Over Government Not Implementing Orders

Dealing with a batch of PILs filed against the fees being charged by private hospitals for treating Covid-19, the Telangana High Court slammed the government for not implementing its orders.
Hyderabad | 27th July 2020
While dealing with a batch of Public Interest Litigation (PILs) filed against the fees being charged by private hospitals for extending treatment for Covid-19, a division bench of the Telangana High Court headed by the Chief Justice posted the hearing to tomorrow since the Advocate General was held up before another court.

The Chief Secretary of the state was earlier directed to appear before the court in another batch of PILs filed on the Covid-19 testing and related issues.

During the course of the arguments in the cases, the bench expressed its displeasure over the failure of the government to implement its earlier orders on Covid-19 by the authorities concerned.

It asked the state government to mention the reasons for its failure to implant its orders given since June 8, 2020.

The bench also expressed its disappointment over the revised health bulletin.

The bench directed the state to place before it the status of the implementation of the Central government guidelines that rein in private hospitals, on Tuesday.
filed in:  Telangana, Legal, High Court, Telangana High Court, Coronavirus, Telangana Government, Government, Hospitals
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