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Several public interest litigations listened by the high court on the management of wealth like resources related to the pandemic and Maharashtra govt alerted by prepared ahead to the third wave.
Today, Bombay High Court told that, the centre was assigned AmphotericanB, used for curing of black fungus, and it is not discriminated against any state regarding assigning including Maharashtra.
The issuing of antifungal drugs to Maharashtra has been regular despite Amphoterican B is short in supply, solicitor general anil singh said. Amphoterican B had shortage for patients.
He was responding to an earlier query raised by the high court where it questioned the center if it's system of distribution of the anticide drug was based on a system of 'fair distribution'.
Anil singh said that the Centre is trying its best to meet the needs raised by all the state governments, according to a report by news agency Press trust of India limited.
At present state requirements is 17500 doses per day, said by advocate general ashtosh kumbakoni, advocate general who appeared for Maharashtra.
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