SC asked central government it’s stand over providing compensations to Covid death families.

The Supreme Court has sought a response from the central government on the plea seeking Rs 4 lakh ex-gratia amount to the family on death due to corona virus infection.

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court, in which the court has been demanded to order the state and center government to give compensation of four lakh rupees under the disaster management act of 2005 to the family of people who lost their lives due to corona infection. . Another petition requests Corona to direct the adoption of a similar policy for issuing death certificates on death. Hearing these petitions, on Monday, the Supreme Court has asked the Center to state its stand.

A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and Justice MR Shah has also directed the Central Government to provide information on the guidelines of the Indian Council of Medical Research to issue the death certificates of those who died from Corona. The court said that a similar policy should be adopted for this.
The Supreme Court has given June 11 as the date for the next hearing of the case. Now the case will be heard on 11 June. On June 11, the government will answer all these questions in the Supreme Court.

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