The Supreme Court has praised the proposal of the Central Government to give compensation of 50 thousand rupees to the families of those who lost their lives from Corona. Along with this, the top court has said during the hearing that it will issue detailed guidelines on this on October 4. At the same time, expressing happiness over this important step of the central government, it has been said that this has not happened in any other country.
According to the report of a leading news agency, during the hearing, the bench said that we have to take judicial notice of the fact that no other country can do what India has done. We are glad that some step has been taken to wipe the tears of many families. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court that those who have lost their lives. We cannot return them to the families, but the country can.
SC considers Central government’s guidelines recommending Rs 50,000 ex-gratia payment to kins of persons who died of Covid & will pass order on Oct 4
We've to take judicial notice of the fact that what India has done, no other country could do: Bench observed during the hearing pic.twitter.com/WUVx29Y993
— ANI (@ANI) September 23, 2021
According to the report, the bench expressed happiness and said that we have to keep in mind that despite having such a large population, such a decision has been taken. No country has done what India has done so far. The Supreme Court told during the hearing that it is considering the guidelines issued by the government and will pass an order on it on October 4.
The Central Government has told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that 50 thousand rupees will be given to the families of those who lost their lives due to Corona. The government told the top court that the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has recommended a compensation of Rs 50,000 from Corona. Along with this, it was also told that this ex-gratia amount would also be given to the families of those involved in relief work.