New Delhi: The Supreme Court heard the pollution situation once again on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Central government filed an affidavit in the court stating that it was not possible for it to send its employees to work from home mode. The Central Government in its 392-page affidavit said that the covid has already affected operations, which has affected the country.
During the hearing, when Chief Justice NV Ramana questioned about the central government offices, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, submitted an affidavit stating that even if we send everyone to work from home mode, it will have no effect and only a few vehicles will be reduced on the roads.
The apex court then said that the central government should also make some contribution. You don't have to send 100 per cent of the staff to work from home. Even at the time of Covid, you imposed restrictions and reduced the number. Arguing, Tushar Mehta said that small states like Delhi may have work from home, but cannot close central government offices as it will affect the country.