- Hearing on a petition filed in the Supreme Court against the posting of posters outside the house of Corona patients
- Supreme Court said- posting posters outside the homes of such patients is a wrong concept
- People who treat posters outside their home, treat them like untouchables: Supreme Court
During the hearing on the petition filed against the posting of posters outside the house of Coronavirus Patient, the Supreme Court remarked that the placing of posters outside the house of such patients is becoming a misconception. When posters are pasted outside the homes of such people, other people treat them like untouchables. A bench headed by Supreme Court Justice Ashok Bhushan made this remark during the hearing of the case.
During the hearing of the case, in its reply from the Central Government, it has been said that there is no such order in this regard from their side. However, on behalf of the Central Government, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that where the poster is placed, it would not have been done for staging or with such intentions, but as a precaution, it is possible. If there is any talk of blaming the people of such patients, then the center is not in the favor of pasting posters outside the homes of such patients. The Supreme Court has asked the petitioner to put his stand on the response of the central government. The hearing will now be held on Thursday.
Why should not posters be removed outside Kovid patient’s house: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court, during the hearing on the petition filed to eliminate the provision of pasting the posters outside the house of the Kovid-19 patients, asked the Central Government why the provision of placing the poster outside the house of the Kovid patient was not Should be abolished. On November 5, a bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan in the Supreme Court had asked the petitioner to make a copy of the petition available to the Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, so that the Central Government could stand. In this case, petitioner advocate Kush Kalra has filed a petition challenging the provision of placing posters outside the house of Kovid-19 patients.
What did the PM talk to the 3 teams working on the corona vaccine?
‘Kovid-19 violation of patient’s right to privacy’
In the petition filed in the Supreme Court, Kush Kalra has argued that such a provision is violating the right of privacy of the Kovid-19 patient and his right to live life with dignity and dignity i.e. Article-21 Used to be. The petitioner pleaded that this decision of the Union Territory and the States should be rejected under which there is a provision to put posters outside the house of Kovid-19 patient. The petitioner has also requested the RWA to stop the release of names of Kovid patients in the WhatsApp group. The petitioner said that such provision and action gets the attention of the people and violates their privacy.