In the midst of Corona's growing transition, disputes have started between the Kejriwal government and the Delhi Police. The Delhi government has ordered a case against 4 airlines on Sunday. It is alleged that he did not check the negative RT-PCR report of the corona of passengers coming from Maharashtra.
The complaint includes Indigo, Vistara, Spice Jet, and Air Asia. They have been asked to file a case under the Delhi Disaster Management Act (DDMA). At the same time, the police said that the FIR has not yet been made on the complaint of the Delhi government. Seeking legal advice on this.
Delhi government has also registered a case on two hospitals, Delhi government has filed an FIR against two private hospitals on Sunday for showing incorrect data about beds on the Corona app. Action will now be taken against them under the Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) Act.
Delhi government has created Corona app for correct information of beds in hospitals, which gives people information about empty beds in the hospital, but many hospitals are putting their wrong data on this app. Due to this, Corona patients are facing trouble in getting admission in the hospital.
Guidelines issued by Delhi Government on 10 April
Delhi Government on 10 April issued guidelines related to Corona. Many restrictions were put in place to prevent the spread of the virus. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority had issued an order that those flying from Maharashtra to Delhi must show a negative test report of Corona. This report should not be more than 72 hours old before reaching the airport. The situation in Maharashtra is already uncontrollable due to Corona. Now the conditions are deteriorating even in Delhi.
Kejriwal wrote a letter to the PM asking for 7000 beds
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told in a press conference on Sunday that in the last 24 hours, about 25 thousand new cases have been found in Delhi. He has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding to reserve 7000 beds for Corona patients. What is of concern is that the positivity rate has increased from the previous 24% to 30%. Infection cases are increasing very rapidly. Beds in hospitals are running out fast. Kejriwal said that there are less than 100 ICU beds left in Delhi.