Supreme Court refused to hear a plea on selling of fake Coronavirus vaccine

News Delhi, 11/2(AO Bureau): The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to hear the plea, directing the Center to formulate ‘strict’ guidelines to stop the sale of fake Covid-19 vaccines in the country. went. Chief Justice S. A. Bobde, Justice A. s. A bench of Bopanna and Justice V. Ramasubramaniam said that although they understand the ‘motive’ behind filing the PIL, we cannot give any such instructions. The bench told lawyer Vishal Tiwari, who filed the petition, “We understand your intention but you should file a concrete case.” We cannot give any such instructions. We are not a legislature.

The bench said in the hearing through video conference, ‘If you (lawyers) want to take this issue forward, then prepare a case based on concrete facts. We give you the right to withdraw this petition and file a new petition. After this, Tiwari decided to withdraw this petition.

4,825 people were vaccinated with the coronavirus virus in Himachal Pradesh
With the beginning of the second phase of vaccination in Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday, 4,825 frontline employees were vaccinated with the coronavirus virus. An official of the Health Department gave this information. Special Secretary (Health) Nipun Jindal said that during the first phase from January 16 to February 9, 61,289 health workers were vaccinated in 1,133 sessions after the second phase started for the frontline employees. He said that another round of vaccination has been scheduled on Friday for those health workers who could not get vaccinated due to any reason.

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