The court said, “We are not under normal circumstances. You have to think out of the box. How can you let a 150-bed hospital go like this? You do not have to spend any money. He is bringing his team of doctors.
Delhi High Court closes 150-bed multi-specialty hospital due to insolvency process (Multi Specialty Hospital) On Thursday, the Delhi government’s reasoning for not using the question was questioned, while the doctor who established this hospital has also offered to send his medical team for this.
The High Court asked the Delhi government to “think out of the box” in the wake of the second wave of the Kovid-19 pandemic. The court said that “we are not under normal circumstances” and there is a shortage of beds in hospitals for patients in the national capital. A bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh told the Delhi government, “150 beds are available.” We are struggling to find beds everywhere. We are fighting for this every day and you are saying that we will not use this hospital. We do not understand the logic of this.
The court said, “The water has gone above the head. He (petitioner doctor) is offering to open his hospital, he is ready to bring his medical team, what else do you need? There is no policy to take over the operation of a private hospital.
We are not in a normal situation
The court said, “We are not under normal circumstances. You have to think out of the box. How can you let a 150-bed hospital go like this? You do not have to spend any money. He is bringing his team of doctors. Place any condition on them. “The court has directed the Delhi government to reply on the next date of hearing on May 12. The court said that the reply should mention the conditions that need to be imposed on the petitioner in relation to running the hospital.
The hospital is closed since 2019
The High Court was hearing a petition by Dr. Rakesh Saxena seeking permission to run Fabrice Multi-specialty Hospital for treatment of Kovid-19 patients in the national capital during the time of epidemic. He said that the Center or Delhi government can take over the operation of the closed hospital from 2019 and use the facilities there for the Kovid-19 patients. In the petition, he also requested the court to direct the license to be re-licensed to the hospital in view of the emergency.
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