Jabalpur, New Dunia Rep. The court of Additional Sessions Judge GC Mishra rejected the bail application of Narendra Singh Thakur, a resident of Amanpur, who black-marketed Remdesivir injection. The court said in its order that if the benefit of bail is given in such a case, a wrong message will be sent to the society.
According to the prosecution, the Omati police received information that a person was black marketing Remdesivir injection. The police arrested Narendra Singh Thakur from the spot on May 13, 2021. Two Remdesivir injections were recovered from him.
The accused told during interrogation that he was given injections by the nurse Shahjahan Begum of Bombay Hospital. The police produced the accused in the court, from where he was sent to jail. On behalf of the accused, it was submitted that the police had falsely implicated him. AGP Arvind Jain argued that there is strong evidence of black marketing of Remdesivir injection by the accused. As such, his bail application should be rejected. After the hearing, the court rejected the bail application of the accused.
Advocate hospitals should be opened in the state, the demand of progressive advocates: The Progressive Advocates Organization, formed keeping advocate interest paramount, has demanded the opening of Advocate Hospital in Madhya Pradesh. In this regard, a memorandum was submitted to the MP State Bar Council under the leadership of Convenor Advocate Anand Chawla and Co-Convenor Advocate Priyank Awasthi. In which it was said that a large number of lawyers and their families have become Kovid positive during the Corona period. Lawyers and their family members have also died. Therefore, advocate hospitals of 100 beds each should be opened in Jabalpur, Indore, Gwalior, Bhopal, Sagar, Rewa, Khandwa, Chhindwara and Chhatarpur.
Not only this, there should also be a civil dispensary for medical advice and initial treatment in the advocate union premises of each district and tehsil. Till now, no basic facility has been provided to the lawyers by the state government. Because of this, lawyers and their family members are forced to stumble from hospital to hospital for treatment like ordinary citizens. The deposits of many lawyers were spent in the name of treatment. In such a situation, the management of the household is in trouble. The situation is even worse due to the closure of advocacy. Advocates Shivkumar Sharma, Anand Singh, Sunil Tiwari, Harshit Patel, Manoj Singh, Sanjay Prakash Verma, Santosh Rajak, Ramkishore Patel, Surendra Khare, Pratibha Mishra, PS Chauhan, Manju Pillai and others were among the lawyers who submitted the memorandum.