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The Supreme Court Wednesday asked the Centre to identify private hospitals where COVID-19 infected patients could get treatment for free or at a nominal cost.

New Delhi, May 27 (PTI) The Supreme Court Wednesday asked the Centre to identify private hospitals where COVID-19 infected patients could get treatment for free or at a nominal cost.

A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde, hearing the matter via video-conferencing, observed that there are private hospitals which have been given land either free of cost or at nominal rates and they should treat coronavirus infected patients for free.

"You identify all those hospital and find out," the bench, also comprising Justices A S Bopanna and Hrishikesh Roy, told Solicitor General Tushar Mehta.

"They have been given land either free of cost or at a very nominal rates. These charitable hospitals should treat patients for free," the bench observed and posted the matter for hearing after one week.

Mehta, appearing for the Centre, told the top court that this being a policy issue was required to be decided by the government.

Mehta said he would file a response on the issue.

The bench was hearing an application filed in a plea which has sought a direction for regulating the cost of treatment of COVID-19 at private hospitals across the country.

The top court had on April 30 issued notice to the Centre and sought its response on the plea, filed by advocate Sachin Jain, which alleged that private hospitals are "commercially exploiting" patients suffering from coronavirus in this hour of crisis.

The petition has said that the government should mandate private hospitals which are running on public land allotted at concessional rates or running under the category of charitable institutions to at least for the present, treat COVID-19 patients either pro bono publico (for public good) or on no-profit basis.

"The issue requires an urgent consideration of this court as many private hospitals are commercially exploiting the patients suffering from COVID-19 to make a fortune out of their miseries in the hour of national crisis," the plea has alleged.

It has also sought a direction to the Centre to bear the cost of COVID-19 treatment at private hospitals for the poor and vulnerable, who neither have any insurance cover nor have coverage under government schemes like Ayushman Bharat, and also of those who have the coverage but the cost of treatment surpasses their reimbursement.

It has said that given the resource constrains of public health sector in the country, extensive participation of private healthcare sector would be required particularly in dealing with moderate and severe cases of coronavirus that would require hospitalization.

It has said that the Centre, in exercise of powers under the Disaster Management Act, has regulated the cost of tests for COVID-19 in private health sector and on the same analogy, the government can also regulate the cost of treatment in private hospitals to combat the pandemic.…/11510575_Identify-private-hospital…

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Attack on Tajik Journalist Reporting on Covid-19

Written by Thursday, 14 May 2020 00:00

Attack on Tajik Journalist Reporting on Covid-19

Authorities Should Investigate Beating of Abdulloh Ghurbati


What is Article 370 ? Dr. Anthony Raju

Written by Thursday, 14 May 2020 00:00

What is Article 370, Dr. anthony Raju

Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is a 'temporary provision' which grants special autonomous status to Jammu & Kashmir. Under Part XXI of the Constitution of India, which deals with "Temporary, Transitional and Special provisions", the state of Jammu & Kashmir has been accorded special status under Art370. All the provisions of the Constitution which are applicable to other states are not applicable to J&K. For example, till 1965, J&K had a Sadr-e-Riyasat for governor and prime minister in place of chief minister.

Honrable Minsiter                                                                   Friday, June 8, 2018

Women and Child Development ministry

Govt. of India


Make it mandatory for all hospitals to declare number of Caesarean deliveries #SafeBirth

Caesarean deliveries have become a business. The hospitals and doctors are making money off unsuspecting women and pushing them towards surgical deliveries.

Even though serious complications were not detected, I was cut open to deliver my baby. I wanted to have a natural birth but had to undergo a C-section as it was presented to be more ’scientific, modern and risk-free’. I was misled, manipulated, confused and my choice was overriden. For many of us, the right to informed-refusal or consent during childbirth is hardly an option either due to lack of awareness or the high-handed attitude of doctors.

It was a long, painful, depressing recovery for me and when I looked into this issue, what I found was alarming.

India’s C-section rate is growing exponentially. The fact that private hospitals have a much higher rate of C-sections than public hospitals has a direct correlation to the fact that surgical deliveries cost so much more than normal ones in these facilities.

Recent studies show that C-sections lead to a higher risk of post-partum depression and lower breastfeeding rate in women and diseases like obesity and diabetes in children. Despite its adverse effects on maternal and child health, hospitals and doctors are indiscriminately conducting C-sections to make more money. To discourage this trend, women need to be made aware of the C-section rates of different hospitals and maternity homes, so that they can choose their hospitals carefully.

We Demand from Women and Child Development ministry to issue an advisory to the Medical Council of India to

  • Make it mandatory for all doctors and hospitals to declare the percentage of Caesarean delivery rates to patients.
  • Conduct enquiry against those with abnormally high C-section rate.
  • Frame clear guidelines for conducting Caesarean to safeguard the health and rights of women and children

World Health Organisation (WHO) norms prescribe that C-section deliveries should be ideally 10-15 per cent of the total number of deliveries in the country. However, in urban Telengana, 74.8% of the private sector deliveries are by C-section and it is as high as 41% in Kerala and it is 58% in Tamil Nadu, according to a report by the ICMR School of Public Health.

It is important that even women are made aware of the impact of Caesarean sections, which truly is an emergency recourse and not a routine medical procedure. The fact is that only 10% of births should be via C-section, however, in Indian private hospitals that rate is close to 50%. This is a serious health risk and the government has to take action NOW!

Send your demand to ask the Women and Child Development ministry to end this harmful practice by hospitals.

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Dr Anthony Raju

Advocate, Supreme Court

Global Chairman, All India Council of Human Rights Liberties and Social Justice

Chairman , National Council of News and Broadcasting

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Online Violence Against Women

Written by Wednesday, 30 May 2018 00:00

No justice for the 1984 Sikh massacre

Written by Wednesday, 30 May 2018 00:00

On 11 January 2018, the Supreme Court ordered the Government of India to constitute a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate 186 cases related to the 1984 Sikh massacre, which had not been investigated by the previous SIT established by the government.


The Supreme Court ordered that the SIT would comprise of a Chairman and two other members. However, nearly five months later, the third member of the SIT is yet to be appointed. 

The SIT was ordered to submit its status report before the Supreme Court at the next hearing of the public interest litigation filed on the functioning of the previous SIT by S Gurlad Singh Kahlon. The hearing was scheduled on 19 March. However, the petitioner, Mr. Kahlon, told Amnesty International India that the hearing did not take place and that it might take place when the Supreme Court reopens after the summer vacation.

In May, in response to an RTI application requesting the timelines of operation of the SIT, the Ministry of Home Affairs merely reiterated the elapsed March deadline for submission of the status report and provided no details of further hearings.

The third member of the SIT must be appointed immediately.

The SIT must conduct its investigations in a time-bound and transparent manner.

The SIT must bring to justice all those responsible for the massacres – whether they are political leaders, police or government officials.

For too long, governments have only paid lip service to the victims and survivors of the 1984 massacre. No words can erase the pain and suffering these people have experienced. The only way forward is justice.