On Thursday, Madras high court questioned the Centre over its failure in taking
prompt action in containing the Covid-19 pandemic, questioning it what it was
doing for 14 months
Chief Justice Sanjeeb Banerjee alleged that there is need for expert advice and not
ad-hocism by the central government and demanded an answer to his question. He
reverted with “Why are we acting only now in April, though we had one full year?”
when Additional Solicitor General R Sankaranarayanan told the court that they
(center) didn't expect the resurgence of the second wave of the COVID-19.
Along with this Chief Justice also raised questions regarding the pricing of vaccine
and the crashing of apps made for registration of vaccination for persons over 18
years, starting from 1 May.
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