TJS Demands Govt To Implement HC Orders On COVID-19

Hyderabad, June 9 (Maxim News): Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) today demanded the state government to implement its orders over the containment of corona virus in Telangana. The founder president of the party Prof. M. Kodandaram said that the people of the state were approaching courts through Public Interest Litigations (PIL) as there was no scope to bring the problems faced by them to the notice of the rulers of the State.

Addressing media persons in the city, he alleged that the state government had not followed the orders of the high court in the issue of COVID -19. He alleged that the state government was allocating less amount of funds for public health. He demanded the state government to increase the number of Covid 19 detection centers in districts of the state. Referring to the corona virus infection to the doctors of the state, He said that he was clueless about the steps initiated by the state government to contain the virus Referring to the decision of the state government to approach the Supreme Court of India against the orders of the high court of the state over its orders to conduct the Covid 19 tests on the dead bodies, he said that the problem would be more complicated if the state approached the Supreme Court on the issue. (Maxim News)

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