After WHO, BHC appreciates 'Yogi model', questions raised on Maharashtra government

New Delhi: After the World Health Organization (WHO) and NITI Aayog, the Bombay High Court has also lauded the Yogi Adityanath government and its 'UP model' in Uttar Pradesh for preventing the corona virus epidemic. The Bombay High Court appeared to be satisfied with the measures taken by the Uttar Pradesh government mainly to protect children from the corona virus.

In a tweet from its official Twitter handle by the Uttar Pradesh government, it said the Bombay high court has appreciated the state government's drive to protect people from the epidemic and curb infections. A statement issued by the Uttar Pradesh government said that a bench headed by the Chief Justice in the Bombay High Court took cognizance of media reports based on measures taken to protect children from corona virus infection and questioned the Maharashtra government whether such measures were being taken by them as well. The bench of the Bombay High Court consisted of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice Girish Kulkarni.

In Maharashtra, about 10,000 children aged 10 have been infected, the High Court has asked the Maharashtra government to consider measures to protect children like Uttar Pradesh.

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