Bombay high court On Friday, requested the Central Government to go door-to-door successfully run by Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir. vaccination campaign Asked to look into it and take an appropriate decision on its current policy. The current policy of the Center states that door-to-door vaccination is not possible. A division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice GS Kulkarni said that it does not understand the problem with the Center in providing door-to-door vaccination, while states like Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir are already carrying out such campaigns.
The court had earlier this week raised questions on how a senior leader was vaccinated at his residence in Mumbai. Advocate Anil Sakhare, appearing for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), said on Friday that the civic body did not vaccinate.
On this, the bench asked advocate Geeta Shastri, appearing for the Maharashtra government, as to who had vaccinated the leader. Shastri sought a week’s time to reply on this. Then the Chief Justice said, a week to take information on this? This is a matter of concern. The court is hearing public interest litigations filed by advocates Dhriti Kapadia and Kunal Tiwari in which citizens above 75 years of age and differently-abled people are being given their rights. request for vaccination at home Has been done.
The court asked how the central government’s policy states that door-to-door vaccination is not possible at present when states like Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir are running such a campaign. The High Court also said that it is very happy with the good work done by the BMC during the pandemic and asked why the civic body was hesitant to launch door-to-door vaccination campaign.
On this, BMC’s lawyer Sakhare, citing a letter written to the Center, said that the civic body wants to conduct door-to-door vaccination campaign and has requested the central government to provide guidelines for the same.