A man in India has gone blind due to the COVID-19 vaccine. The court has directed the Magistrate to decide on his wife’s representation seeking compensation for the adverse effect of the vaccine.
The Allahabad High Court has directed District Magistrate, Budaun to decide on a woman’s representation regarding blindness of her Husband due to vaccine of COVID-19.
The Bench of Justice Mahesh Chandra Tripathi was hearing a writ petition preferred by a Wife who sought direction to respondents to pay compensation to her husband regarding his blindness due to vaccine of Covid-19 and for a further direction to respondents to decide and consider the representation of the petitioners dated 19.4.2021.
#AllahabadHighCourt directs the District Magistrate, Budaun to make a decision on the representation filed by a Woman seeking compensation to her husband regarding blindness due to #CovidVaccine.#COVID #Vaccination pic.twitter.com/9nTCoxaUwZ— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) June 30, 2021
Considering the facts and circumstances of the case, without expressing any opinion on the merits of the issue and with the consent, the writ petition was disposed of with observation that:
“In case the petitioner makes fresh representation along with all relevant medical reports to the District Magistrate, Budaun ventilating his grievances within one week, the authority would decide the same in accordance with law expeditiously.”
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In another case, the Indian Air Force has been served a show cause notice by the Gujarat High Court for forcing to dismiss an officer after he refused to take the COVID-19 vaccine stating that he was using ayurvedic medicines suggested by the AYUSH ministry to increase his immunity against COVID-19.
The officer who challenged his termination in the Gujarat High Court has succeeded in getting a stay from the court.
As reported by GreatGameIndia earlier, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court of India against mandatory mass vaccination in India.
The petitioner who is a former member of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation is also seeking public disclosure of the secret vaccine clinical trial data and post vaccination adverse events data, as is required by International medical norms.
In one instance, when the Health Department team arrived at the Sisoda village in Uttar Pradesh to vaccinate them, the villagers ran to the shore. When the team surrounded them at the shore almost 200 villagers jumped into the river Saryu to escape forceful COVID-19 vaccination.
Meanwhile, Norway has announced that you are at a greater risk of dying from AstraZeneca vaccine branded as Covishield in India than from COVID-19.
While waiting for the final decision on the controversial vaccine, Norway has meanwhile decided to offload its stock of AstraZeneca to fellow Nordic countries that actually want to use them despite the associated risks.