Central government advised the Supreme Court not to take a decision in extreme enthusiasm, said – trust the executive

Due to the increasing cases of corona in the country, hearing is going on daily in the Supreme Court on other issues including lack of oxygen, sluggish pace of vaccination. 

Now during this time, the central government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court and has also advised not to take a decision in extreme enthusiasm.

In the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, the government has said that there is no need for judicial intervention in the vaccination policy of the Center. In this affidavit, the central government has kept information before the court on different issues ranging from arranging beds in hospitals to the supply of oxygen and medicines in the country.

The decision taken in extreme enthusiasm can prove to be very harmful- CenterIn the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court by the Central Government, it was said that any decision taken in extreme enthusiasm can prove to be very harmful. 

The affidavit states that if any such decision is taken without the advice of any expert, scientist or experienced people then the opposite results can also come out.

However, at the same time, the Central Government has also recognized that this is a global epidemic and in such a situation, the judiciary must rely on the steps being taken by the executive and the decisions being taken because this situation is unpredictable for the whole world.

The central government has defended its vaccination policy in its affidavit filed in the Supreme Court. The court had asked the Center why the Center was not purchasing 100 percent of the vaccine itself.

 In response to this, the Center has said that it has made a policy of purchasing 50 percent vaccine on its own.

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