A case filed in the Bombay High Court by the father of a medical student wants compensation of Rs 1,000 crore, stating that his daughter died as a result of the Covid-19 vaccine’s negative effects. Covishield vaccine maker Serum Institute of India, its partner Bill Gates, as well as state and federal authorities, are named as respondents in the petition.
The petition also asks for a declaration that the state is accountable for the death of the petitioner’s daughter as a result of false narratives.
Petitioner Dilip Lunawat says that his daughter Snehal Lunawat, a senior lecturer at Nagpur Medical College, received the Covishield vaccination on January 28, 2021, and died a month later on March 1, 2021, from the vaccine’s negative effects.
Lunawat claims that his daughter was forced to take the vaccine because she was a health worker, and that the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) and the Director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) gave her the erroneous impression that vaccines are safe.
According to the petition, the After Effects Following Immunization (AEFI) Committee of the Central Government accepted his daughter’s death as a result of the vaccine’s side effects on October 2, 2021.
The petition asks for a declaration that the state is accountable for the death of the petitioner’s daughter as a result of false narratives, as well as compensation for her.
“The Petitioner lost her elder daughter, who was just 33 years old. His loss can neither be explained in words nor can be compensated in terms of money. Only some sort of succor can be done by awarding compensation,”as said in the petition and the family is demanding Rs 1,000 crore in interim compensation.
The petition further adds that the state authorities should be given the authority to seek compensation from the culpable officials and Serum Institute, Pune who made the Covishield vaccine.
According to the petition, state authorities should take appropriate steps to prevent such citizen deaths and broadcast vaccine adverse effects in accordance with the provisions of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights.
Declare the petitioner’s daughter a martyr and establish a dedicated research facility in India in her honour, according to the plea.
To order the Union of India to pursue legal action against Google, YouTube, and other companies for “suppressing” accurate data on vaccination-related deaths.
The petitioner has accused the Serum Institute of India of providing a misleading response, claiming that during clinical trials of the vaccine, no side effects as described by the petitioner were discovered.
The motion also claims that the Union of India stated in its affidavit filed before the Supreme Court on November 28, 2021 in the matter of Jacob Puliyel Vs. Union of India that vaccine manufacturers do not have immunity under Indian law.
In response to the petitioner’s email to the Serum Institute, they stated,
“…In any large immunization campaign such coincidental events and deaths do occur. They are not caused by the vaccine but are actually a part of background rate of events.
As informed to you earlier, Covishield do not cause thrombosis or any other cardiovascular events. The known adverse reactions are injection site reactions, fever, headache, malaise, fatigue, etc. The majority of adverse reactions are mild to moderate in severity and usually resolved within a few days of vaccination.”
The petitioner claims that his daughter had her first dose of Covishield vaccine on January 28, 2021 in Nasik. Her headache began on February 5th and she consulted the doctors, who diagnosed her with a slight migraine, for which she was prescribed medication and felt much better. She then traveled to Gurgaon on the 6th of February afternoon and proceeded to vomit many times from from 2 a.m till 5 a.m on 7th of February which left her exhausted.
She was later taken to Aryan hospital in Gurgaon which was close by where according to the doctors there was possible cerebral haemorrhage and suspected venous sinus thrombosis. She was taken to another hospital since no neurosurgeon was available.
The plea mentions, “She had bleeding, clot formation with low platelets which are all signs of the same condition linked to Astra Zeneca and Covishield vaccine in foreign countries and few in India now. Doctors detected venous sinus thrombosis which was followed by intracranial brain hemorrhage. They performed craniotomy and clot removal surgery. Thereafter she was on a ventilator for 14 days in Gurgaon but her condition did not improve.”
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