Vidhan Sabha
State can impose reasonable restrictions over covid tests: Gujarat Govt

Gujarat government legitimised to impose ÔÇ£reasonable restrictions in the larger public interestÔÇØ on Covid-19 testing on June 18.  The Constitution takes the responsibilities and guarantees the citizens of India to provide the fundamental right to health. ICMR issued guidelines contrary to the fundamental rights of its citizensÔǪÔÇØ although it is ÔÇ£duly empowered to impose reasonable restrictions, as it deems fit, in the larger public interestÔÇØ.

 

Sat, 20 Jun 2020 - 05:28 PM / by Isha Chatterjee

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