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by Sekar Reporter · Published August 1, 2021
Learned Additional Advocate General Thiru.A.Kumar had appeared and argued and placed the Judgment of Hon’ble Division Bench of Kerala High Court in WP (C) Nos.37278 and 37062 of 2018 decided on 20.02.2019 wherein the Hon’ble Court had observed that “This is an “SOS Call” (Save Our Souls Call) from two sinking families of dear ones of a person lying in ‘comatose state’, finding it extremely difficult to see the ways and means in procuring funds to provide adequate treatment and life support to the victim, who was the sole bread winner of the family, besides the need for their daily sustenance” and had framed the guidelines which was also followed by the Hon’ble High Court of New Delhi in WP.(C) No.11003/2019 and CM.No.45428/2019 pronounced on 07.01.2020 by the Hon’ble Mr.Justice Rajiv Shakdher.
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 12, 2020
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by Sekar Reporter · Published June 14, 2020