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As the SC commission report places the blame on Delhi govt, here are the SC observations that netizens are now questioning

One order by Justice Chandrachud that is attracting adverse reactions on social media is the one where he said 700 MT of medical Oxygen must be supplied to Delhi.

An interim report by the Supreme Court appointed committee to audit the medical oxygen demand and consumption in Delhi has confirmed that the AAP Government was grossly overestimating its oxygen demand in March and April, up to as much as 4 times the amount required.

Following the revelation, netizens are questioning some of the orders and words of the Supreme Court that were spoken during the tense days of the second wave of the pandemic. The apex Court had taken upon itself to issue orders regarding oxygen supply at the time.

One order by Justice Chandrachud that is attracting adverse reactions on social media is the one where he said 700 MT of medical Oxygen must be supplied to Delhi. Due to the fact that Delhi was inflating its oxygen demand, netizens say that such an order diverted medical oxygen away from states that needed it to a place that was exaggerating its real demand.

Netizens are asking who would hold the Supreme Court accountable for its judicial activism.

Another comment of Justice Chandrachud that is attracting criticism is where he declared “Don’t make us go firm” while ordering the supply of 700 MT medical Oxygen to Delhi.

Some are also calling for Justice Chandrachud’s impeachment.

Meanwhile, the AAP Government in Delhi is making outlandish claims to deny its responsibility in the matter. They went to the extent of asserting that such a report did not even exist. In reality, the Delhi Government had received the report on the 4th of June itself.

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