The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the cases of making fake medical certificates for compensation of Rs 50,000 to be received from Corona on death. The court indicated that it may order the CAG to investigate the matter.

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Earlier on March 7, Justice MR. Shah and Justice B.V. Nagarathna said that there should be some time limit for the claims seeking compensation. “It is a matter of concern that fake certificates are being given by the doctors,” the bench said. This is a very serious matter. Please suggest how can we curb the issue of fake certificates being issued by doctors. It can take away someone’s real rights.

SC unhappy with state governments for not giving compensation

In January this year, the SC had displeasure with the state governments for not giving compensation to the kin of the deceased in cases of death due to Kovid-19. The court issued a show-cause notice to the Chief Secretary of Andhra Pradesh asking why contempt proceedings should not be initiated against him. The bench asked the state legal services authorities to contact the families of those who lost their lives due to corona and to register and distribute compensation claims in the same manner as was done during the 2001 Gujarat earthquake.

If a virus is not mentioned in the cause of death certificate…

The Supreme Court had on October 4 said that no government will refuse compensation of Rs 50,000 to the next of kin of a person who died of COVID-19 on the ground that the cause of death does not mention the virus. The court had also said that the ex-gratia amount within 30 days from the date of application along with the certificate of death due to coronavirus and the cause of ‘death due to Kovid-19’ to the concerned District Disaster Management Authority or the district administration. has to be given.

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