The Telangana High Court has expressed dissatisfaction over a report filed by the state authorities on COVID-19 checks being performed within the state.
The courtroom listening to a batch of petitions on Wednesday additionally sought to know why stories on the coronavirus state of affairs being put out by the federal government for the general public lacked “detailed” info.
Expressing displeasure over particulars filed by the Telangana Public Health director, a division bench, comprising Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy, directed the state authorities to file an in depth report on the current COVID-19 state of affairs within the state by July 17.
The bench additionally mentioned it will summon the chief secretary and different senior officers involved to look earlier than it personally if the report isn’t obtained.
When contacted, Advocate-General BS Prasad mentioned they are going to adjust to the courtroom’s course.
The courtroom was listening to a batch of Public Interest Litigations (PIL) filed by Professor P L Vishweshwar Rao and others on the variety of coronavirus checks being performed within the state, medical infrastructure and in addition a course to the state authorities on an in depth COVID-19 well being bulletin to the general public.
The courtroom additionally directed the federal government to furnish the report on the discovering of the central committee that has visited the state capital Hyderabad lately.
Telangana had yesterday reported 1,018 recent COVID-19 instances and 7 fatalities,taking the tally within the state to 17,357 and demise depend to 267.
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