No death due to lack of oxygen: Case reached court, petition against Union Health Minister Mandaviya


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Muzaffarpur

Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Thu, 22 Jul 2021 08:41 PM IST

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The matter of no death due to lack of oxygen during the second wave of corona in the country has reached the court. A petition has been filed against Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya in the court of Muzaffarpur, Bihar.

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During the second corona wave, the matter of the claim of the central and state governments that there was no death due to lack of oxygen in the country has reached the court. In the court of Muzaffarpur, Bihar, a case was filed against Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and Minister of State for Health Dr. Bharti Praveen in the court of CJM of Muzaffarpur on Thursday. The court will hear this on July 28.

Tamanna Hashmi, a resident of Bhikhanpura of Ahiyapur in Muzaffarpur district, has filed this petition through advocate Suraj Kumar. In this, objection has been raised to the statement of the Union Minister of State for Health, Bharti Praveen. The petition claimed that many people lost their lives in Hashmi’s village itself due to lack of oxygen. The complainant has termed the statement of Minister Bharti Praveen in Parliament as irresponsible.

The Central Government had said this in Parliament
The Central Government, in response to a question in Parliament on Tuesday, said that no such information has been received from the states and union territories that there has been any death due to lack of oxygen in the second wave of corona. The health minister was asked whether there were a large number of deaths in the country due to lack of oxygen during the second wave. On this, the government told in the Rajya Sabha that states and union territories report deaths due to corona to the Union Health Ministry on a regular basis, but no state or union territory has given information about deaths due to lack of oxygen.

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During the second corona wave, the matter of the claim of the central and state governments that there was no death due to lack of oxygen in the country has reached the court. In the court of Muzaffarpur, Bihar, a case was filed against Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and Minister of State for Health Dr. Bharti Praveen in the court of CJM of Muzaffarpur on Thursday. The court will hear this on July 28.

Tamanna Hashmi, a resident of Bhikhanpura of Ahiyapur in Muzaffarpur district, has filed this petition through advocate Suraj Kumar. In this, objection has been raised to the statement of the Union Minister of State for Health, Bharti Praveen. The petition claimed that many people lost their lives in Hashmi’s village itself due to lack of oxygen. The complainant has termed the statement of Minister Bharti Praveen in Parliament as irresponsible.

The Central Government had said this in Parliament

The Central Government, in response to a question in Parliament on Tuesday, said that no such information has been received from the states and union territories that there has been any death due to lack of oxygen in the second wave of corona. The health minister was asked whether there were a large number of deaths in the country due to lack of oxygen during the second wave. On this, the government told in the Rajya Sabha that states and union territories report deaths due to corona to the Union Health Ministry on a regular basis, but no state or union territory has given information about deaths due to lack of oxygen.

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