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Delhi High Court asks Centre to respond on issue of fixing the MRP of Covid-19 equipment to combat black marketing

Lawstreet Journal 15 May 2021 2:28am

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Delhi High Court asks Centre to respond on issue of fixing the MRP of Covid-19 equipment to combat black marketing

The Delhi High Court's Justices Rekha Palli and Vipin Sanghi on May 13, 2021, ordered Adv. Sanjeev Sagar to prepare a one-page report on the black marketing and hoarding of Covid-19 machinery. The bench also inquired about the state of the execution of the directive, which was to be presented to the Court on May 10, 2021, Monday.

Sagar also made submissions about hoarding and black marketing, as well as what was going on in other trials, and called for a clear reference in the order to include a list of persons who had been booked on these charges, to which the bench responded, "We've already asked for the list. We'll look into that aspect and issue notice."

Amicus Sr. Adv. Rao agreed with Adv. Mr. Sagar and stated that there was sufficient scope with oxygen concentrators and that the court would have to set down certain principles in terms of contempt jurisdiction. Rao also proposed regulating and establishing MRPs for oxygen concentrators and other devices used in the treatment and management of Covid-19.

The court granted the Centre's Additional Standing Counsel, Adv. Amit Mahajan, until tomorrow to report guidance on the matter.

The bench said, "As early as June 29, 2020, the process of fixing of prices of imported and domestically manufactured oxygen concentrators was initiated, but it was left incomplete. It's high time that MRPs of not only oxygen concentrators but other equipment required for Covid-19 should be fixed, so malpractices are stopped."

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