Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed took notice of inadequate measures to deal with the Coronavirus.
Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed took notice of the steps taken to tackle the Coronavirus and issued notices to the Attorney General, Secretary Health, Home Secretary, Chief Secretaries of all the provinces, and Chief Secretary Islamabad.
Notices were also issued by the Supreme Court to the Advocate Generals of all four provinces asking what steps were taken to deal with Corona. And what are the facilities in hospitals?
A five-member large bench, headed by the Chief Justice, will hear April 13 on automatic notice of the Coronavirus.
The bench comprises Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Justice Omar Atta Bandial, Justice Mazhar Alam Khan, Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, and Justice Qazi Muhammad Amin.
It may be noted that there have been 68 deaths from the Coronavirus in the country while over 4600 are under treatment.
Doctors and paramedical staff from Balochistan and other provinces have also been complaining about lack of immunization kits, while the number of casualties and casualties has increased despite partial lockdowns across the country.