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Mar 23, 2020
2:45PM

SC expresses satisfaction over very active steps taken by central govt to deal with Coronavirus pandemic

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The Supreme Court today expressed satisfaction over the very active steps taken by the central government to deal with Coronavirus pandemic.

A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde said they are satisfied that the government has become very active to deal with the present situation and even the critics are saying that they are doing a good job.

The remarks by the bench, also comprising justices L N Rao and Surya Kant, came while hearing a batch of pleas which have sought directions to the Centre and other concerned authorities to take more precautionary measures, including increasing the number of labs for testing of suspected COVID-19 cases.


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