On Thursday, the Delhi High Court, hearing a petition demanding the introduction of ‘Chief Minister Corona Assistance Scheme’ in Delhi, issued notice to the Delhi government and sought its response. The Delhi High Court has asked the Delhi government whether to resume the ‘Chief Minister Corona Assistance Scheme’.
The petition has demanded that ration be provided to the needy people in the capital Delhi . Also, a help desk should be set up so that those who are not yet registered under the public distribution scheme can get help from the help desk. It has also been said in the petition that after the lockdown is over, there are many people who have problems of employment. The petition has also demanded that a food distribution camp should also be set up in the capital Delhi. The lawyer appearing for the Delhi government told the High Court that despite the closure of this scheme in May, the government is giving ration to the needy people.
On the other hand, Saket court of Delhi gave bail to 92 Indonesian citizens who were accused in the Tabligi Jamaat case. The court granted bail to all these accused on a personal bond of Rs 10,000. Advocates Ashima Mandla, Mandakini Singh and Fahim Khan appeared in court on behalf of Indonesian citizens. The next hearing of this case is to be held on 10 August.