Positivity price: ‘Backward’ states beat developed ones – Home Health Choices
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Hyderabad: A day after directing the state to make sure strict implementation of ICMR tips to deal with the pandemic successfully, the excessive courtroom on Wednesday issued notices to Telangana, Centre, ICMR, IRDA and drug management authorities for inaction on non-public hospitals.
The courtroom requested them to reply to a petitioner for failing to behave towards non-public hospitals charging exorbitantly from Covid-19 sufferers. Petitioner J Venudhar Reddy, a resident of Nagole, mentioned the widespread man was being hit on two counts — one, these hospitals have been crippling the widespread man with excessive charges and secondly, lack of insurance coverage and spurious medicine.
Assuring the petitioner that the federal government had promised to return out with a GO to rein within the non-public hospitals, a bench of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy mentioned this petition needs to be clubbed with a batch of Covid-related PILs and posted the case to August 13.