Be cooperative , Supreme Court tells Delhi

Be  cooperative , Supreme Court tells Delhi

New Delhi, April 30

Amid an ongoing blame game between the Centre and Delhi Government over shortage of oxygen for hospitals in the national capital, the Supreme Court on Friday asked the AAP Government to adopt a cooperative attitude in getting essential medicines and oxygen supply to Covid-19 patients.

“Please adopt a cooperative attitude at the time of a humanitarian crisis. A spirit of dialogue. Politics is during elections and not at the present situation,” a Bench led by Justice DY Chandrachud told the Delhi Government counsel. — TNS

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