- Demand for the petitioner- 57% vacant posts of doctors in Bihar, issue instructions for filling them
- Top court denies hearing on PIL filed against spinning fever
- Bihar has so far lost 176 children in the year 2019 due to sparkling fever, highest in Muzaffarpur
Jul 26, 2019, 05:14 PM IST
new Delhi. The Supreme Court refused to hear a PIL on the treatment of children suffering from spinal fever (AES) in Muzaffarpur in Bihar. On Friday, the bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Deepak Gupta advised the petitioner to file his application in the Patna High Court. During this time the bench said that this disease has been spread by anyone? what can we do? In this plea, the demand for issuing instructions for the vacant posts of doctors was filled.
We are trying to fill the vacant posts of judges: the Supreme Court
The court said, "If the posts are vacant, then it should see the Health Ministry. What do you want Should we start filling up vacant posts of doctors? We are trying to fill the vacancies of the judges, but we only know how successful we have been. We can not do this in the case of doctors There is lack of doctors, judges, ministers, water and sunlight. How can we see all of us? "
57% of doctors claim lack of doctors
Appeal lawyer Manohar Pratap claims – 57% of doctors in Bihar are vacant. For this, instructions should be issued to the Center and the Bihar Government. A committee should be constituted, which will monitor the treatment of children. In Bihar, Bihar has so far killed 176 children with fever in 2019.
Demand of Rs 10 lakh compensation to the family of the deceased
Besides, a demand of Rs 10 lakh should be given by the Bihar government to the families of the people killed by negligence of the workers. However, the Nitish government has already declared a relief of Rs 4 lakh to the families of those who lost their lives to AES.