Supreme Court Reprimands Kerala Government For Exemption In Bakrid, Cannot Put People’s Lives In Danger

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New Delhi, 20th July 2021: The Supreme Court has reprimanded Kerala government for easing the restrictions related to the lockdown on the occasion of Bakrid amid rising cases of Corona.

 The Supreme Court says that it is shocking that the Kerala government has accepted the demand of traders in relaxing the lockdown norms. The Kerala government has announced relaxation in the lockdown restrictions for three days in view of Bakrid.

 The Supreme Court ordered the Kerala government to comply with the court’s order in the Kanvad Yatra case in Uttar Pradesh. The court also said that no pressure group or religious group can be allowed to play with the health of the people. The Kerala government has announced a relaxation of lockdown restrictions on 18, 19 and 20 July keeping in view the upcoming Bakrid festival.

 Supreme Court pulls up Kerala government for relaxing COVID19 restriction for celebration of Bakrid in the state.

Supreme Court says it is a shocking state of affairs that the Kerala government has given in to the demand of traders in relaxing lockdown norms.

Delhi resident PKD Nambiar has filed an intervention application in the suo motu case already taken by the Supreme Court in relation to the decision of the Uttar Pradesh government on the Kanwar Yatra. It said that despite the dissatisfaction expressed by the apex court over the travel during the Corona period, the Kerala government is negligent in relaxing the norms of Covid-19. Senior advocate Vikas Singh will appear in the apex court on behalf of the petitioner.

Delhi resident PKD Nambiar has filed an intervention application in the suo motu case already taken by the Supreme Court in relation to the decision of the Uttar Pradesh government on the Kanwar Yatra. It said that despite the dissatisfaction expressed by the apex court over the travel during the Corona period, the Kerala government is negligent in relaxing the norms of Covid-19. Senior advocate Vikas Singh will appear in the apex court on behalf of the petitioner.

 This move of the government is in complete violation of the order of July 16 passed by the court. On July 16, the top court had asked the Uttar Pradesh government to reconsider its decision on the Kanwar Yatra in view of a possible third wave of corona.

 This move of the government is in complete violation of the order of July 16 passed by this court. On July 16, the top court had asked the Uttar Pradesh government to reconsider its decision on the Kanwar Yatra in view of a possible third wave of corona.

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