The apex court has stayed the verdict of the Allahabad High Court, calling the medical system in rural areas and small towns of Uttar Pradesh as Ram Bharosa. The Supreme Court while hearing the case said that the order of the High Court should not be seen as a judgment but from an advisory perspective. Along with this, the court has also stayed the High Court judgment, which was ordered to provide two ambulances and ICU facilities in each village.
One month was given by the High Court to prepare this infrastructure. In the Supreme Court, the UP government said that there are 97,000 villages in the state and it is impossible to implement till the deadline of one month. In this case, this decision should be stayed. Not only this, the Supreme Court has also commented on the High Court. The court said that the High Courts should refrain from issuing orders which cannot be enforced.
SC says High Courts should refrain itself from passing such directions which cannot be implemented
– Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) May 21, 2021
The Allahabad High Court, in an order issued on May 17, said that the medical system of Uttar Pradesh is completely trustworthy. Stalling this, the Vacation Bench of the Supreme said that the High Courts should refrain from passing any order which is not possible to implement. Explain that the High Court had said this while hearing a PIL. Apart from this, the case of Santosh Kumar, 64, was also raised in the isolation ward of a hospital in Meerut. According to the investigation report, the doctors were not able to identify the deceased and he was cremated as unknown.