One nation-one ration card without any excuse | The Supreme Court told the Bengal govt.

The Supreme Court has asked the West Bengal government to immediately implement the system of one nation-one ration card without any excuse. The Supreme Court says that you cannot cite one problem or the other. This is for migrant workers.

One nation-one ration card – Supreme Court of India told west Bengal.

The Supreme Court has asked the West Bengal government to immediately implement the system of one nation-one ration card without any excuse. The Supreme Court says that you cannot cite one problem or the other. This is for migrant workers.

One million migrant workers of Delhi can get its immediate benefits.

Amidst the ongoing controversy over the recently canceled ‘Ghar Ghar Ration Scheme’ in Delhi, the Central Government had asked the Delhi Government to immediately implement the One Nation One Ration Card scheme. The Union Consumer Ministry, in a letter to the Chief Secretary of the Delhi Government, had said that the scheme should be implemented immediately so that at least one million migrant workers of Delhi can get its immediate benefits.

Supreme Court of India also asked many questions related to the vaccine policy.

Recently, the Supreme Court had said that it will not remain a mute spectator to the issue of public welfare policies. Judicial review of policies is his duty. Along with this, the supreme court asked the central government many questions related to the vaccine policy.

Along with this, an affidavit has also been sought from the states whether they are giving the vaccine to the public for free or not.

One nation-one ration card without any excuse | The Supreme Court told the Bengal govt.
One nation-one ration card without any excuse | The Supreme Court told the Bengal govt.

The central government had said in its affidavit that vaccination is a policy matter of the government and it comes under the purview of the executive, the court should not interfere in it.

After this, the Supreme Court had said in its order that the division of powers does not end the jurisdiction of the court to review the policies.

When the constitutional rights of citizens are being obstructed by the policies of the executive, the Constitution has not kept the court a mute spectator. It is the duty of the court to judicially review the policies.

At present, the court is performing dialogue jurisdiction in which people are coming up with problems related to epidemic management.