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You can’t ask for everything under the sun… Supreme Court told a lot to the petitioner on the National Health Policy


  • Supreme Court gave advice to the petitioner
  • Petition regarding implementation of National Health Policy
  • A request has been made to give directions on many issues.

New Delhi
The Supreme Court refused to hear the petition in which the petitioner had said that the Central Government should be directed to implement the National Health Policy. The top court said that the petitioner should present the data in his application as to where there is a flaw. You have to work hard when you file an application. You can’t ask for everything under the sun by filing one application.

A bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud of the Supreme Court said that if you make a plea in the petition, we can deal with it. The trouble is, you’re asked to do everything under the sun. The court made the above observation while disposing of the petition filed for the implementation of the National Health Policy 2017 of the Central Government.

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In the petition filed in the Supreme Court, a request was made to implement the National Health Policy. Also, it has been made in the application that the earlier order of the Supreme Court should be implemented. It was said in the petition that instructions should be issued for the living expenses of the families of those who died due to lack of medical facilities in Kovid. Also, Ayushman Bharat policyholders should be given money due to the treatment of Kovid and the insurance policy should start the process of insurance claim.

The Supreme Court said that if there is a plea, it can be heard. We can see him. But, a plea cannot be said for what is under the sun. If you think that by attaching a document, the court directs, then you cannot do this, but you will have to work hard.

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The court said that if you say that the budget of 2021 should be implemented and instructions are issued for this, then you will have to tell where are the shortcomings. You have to do homework. You have to specify the data what is the criteria and what is the deficiency. You have to work for it. You can’t just put a burden on the court and the state. You also have to take Burden. If you do not want to do all this then you should not file the application.

Justice Chandrachud told the counsel for the petitioner that you should ask your client for this. Then the lawyer said that but there is a lot of trouble in this. Then Justice Chandrachud said that then you tell your client to live in peace.


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