Coronavirus: letter of lawyers to CM Arvind Kejriwal, said- beds should be reserved for them in the hospital

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New Delhi: In the national capital of the country, lawyers in the national capital of the country have demanded Arvind Kejriwal to reserve beds in the hospital for judges, lawyers and court staff, due to the worsening situation of Coronavirus. Lawyers Request Delhi CM To Reserve Covid-19 Beds). He says that he is facing trouble in finding beds in the hospital.

Bar Association’s letter to CM of Delhi

Dwarka Court Bar Association wrote in a letter to CM Arvind Kejriwal that the judges, court staff and their family are facing many problems in getting admission in the hospital, in which case the government reserves the bed for them. do. Many lawyers, judges, court staff and their family corona have been infected. There is also no government hospital around Dwarka sub-city and the population here is more than 12 lakhs.

Bar president gave this suggestion

Bar Association president YP Singh suggested that the recently built Indira Gandhi Government Hospital has 17 thousand beds. It should be opened to the public and beds should be reserved for the court staff.

There should be so many beds for lawyers in the hospital

YP Singh further said that at least 500 beds should be reserved for lawyers. Apart from this, 50 beds should be reserved for the judges and their families and 100 beds for the court staff. Let us know that apart from the CM of Delhi, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has also been sent.

It is further written in the letter that the CM of Delhi should consider the Bar Association’s demand to reserve beds as the situation in Corona’s Second Wave is becoming increasingly worse. In Delhi alone, more than 20 thousand cases of corona are coming up every day.

Significantly, the Kejriwal government had last week converted 100 rooms of Delhi’s Ashoka Hotel into a Kovid Health facility and reserved all these rooms for the judges, judicial officers and their families of Delhi High Court. The Delhi High Court reprimanded the Kejriwal government on this. The High Court had said that they had never made any such demand from the Delhi government.


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