Covid-19: HCs must not pass orders that are impossible to implement, says SC | India News

Covid-19: HCs must not pass orders that are impossible to implement, says SC | India News
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the Allahabad high court’s order directing the Uttar Pradesh government to provide two ambulances with ICU facilities to every village in the state.
While staying the ruling, the apex court said that high courts must ponder over the practicality of their orders and not pass orders which are impossible to implement.
The observation came after the UP government told SC that the high court’s order is impossible to be implement in a month’s time since there are as many as 97,000 villages in the state.
The top court said that high court must also refrain from dealing with issues which have trans-national ramification.
“High courts dealing with Covid management cases should refrain and restrain from dealing with issues which have trans-national and international ramifications, more so as the Supreme Court is dealing with the pan-India issues,” the bench said.

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