Covid 19 Plea in SC against invitation advertisement to Kumbh Mela
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NEW DELHI: A Noida-based lawyer has filed a petition within the Supreme Court searching for quick strict instructions to the Central authorities and Uttarakhand authorities to withdraw all of the ads inviting folks to Haridwar for “Kumbh Mela” preserving in view the details and figures of Covid-19 pandemic.
Sanjai Kumar Pathak, in his petition filed earlier than the Supreme Court on Friday, sought that the Union authorities, Uttarakhand authorities, and the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) be directed instantly to clear the mass gathering from Haridwar metropolis as quickly as potential and prescribe a security protocol with respect to the folks getting back from Kumbh to their properties.
The petitioner, Pathak, additionally sought a path from the highest courtroom to the UOI, Uttarakhand authorities, to not encourage or promote any gathering or occasion inconsistent with the spirit and object of the Covid pointers and or orders issued by the UOI and NDMA.
The petitioner, Pathak, additionally sought a path to the Election Commission of India (ECI) to concern path to the involved authorities within the States the place elections are being held to strictly implement Covid 19 pointers towards the candidates, campaigners, and public in the course of the election course of and to take applicable motion towards the violators in accordance with the regulation.
Pathak, in his petition, a duplicate accessed by ANI, sought a path to the authorities to establish the violators of Covid 19 pointers in the course of the election course of and to take applicable motion towards them in accordance with the regulation.
“On April 16, 2021, India reported more than 2 lakh new cases of Corona positive patients. The health infrastructure is crumbling in many states. Hospitals and crematoriums are running out of space. Shortage of essential drugs is reported from many cities,” Pathak stated, in his petition.
Kerala, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Assam, and West Bengal Assembly elections are being held. The respondent quantity, four, the ECI, has not been in a position to implement the Covid-19 Rules and rules in the course of the political rallies and lots of campaigning, Pathak, stated in his petition.
The Union Home Minister, the Chief Ministers of respective States, and a bunch of star campaigners may be seen flouting the Covid-19 norms, Pathak stated in his petition.
As India witnesses its highest surge in Covid-19, for the reason that onset of the Covid pandemic, however visuals have surfaced of lakhs of devotees crowding in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, for Kumbh Mela and within the election rallies in States, ignoring essentially the most fundamental of Covid-19 protocols, Pathak stated in his petition.
Even although the illness is at present spreading at breakneck velocity throughout the nation, the Indian railways have organised 25 particular trains to facilitate congregation and to hyperlink Haridwar ‘Kumbh Mela’ to varied areas for the pilgrims as per sure media experiences, he stated in his petition.
The Union well being minister blamed the heightened unfold of Covid-19 on bizarre residents, saying that they “became very careless” and had been now not following social distancing norms, Pathak claimed in his petition, filed earlier than the Supreme Court.
On the one hand, the poor frequent man on the road is usually punished and handled violently by the police and government authorities for particular person violations of Covid-19 guidelines and rules within the title of strict enforcement, alternatively, the authorities usually are not solely allowing however facilitating and selling congregation of individuals within the occasions like Kumbh-2021 and Election rallies, Pathak said within the petition.
It is visibly clear that two separate and mutually inconsistent requirements are being adopted by the authorities in coping with the residents of India, Pathak added in his petition.

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