- Writing a letter to PM Narendra Modi, demanding a change in section 86 of the Code of Civil Procedure
- No citizen is allowed to sue the foreign government under section 86
- The president of the association said that the government should bring an ordinance to change the clause
- Association alleges China develops coronavirus in lab
In order to make up for the loss of the country due to the coronavirus infection, the All India Bar Association has demanded the Central Government grant permission to file a case against China. At the same time, writing a letter to PM Narendra Modi has demanded a change in section 86 of the Code of Civil Procedure, in which no citizen is allowed to sue the foreign government.
Describing the epidemic as the handiwork of China, Association President Adish C. Aggarwal said that the government should bring an ordinance to change the section of the CPC so that Indian citizens can seek compensation from China for the disease. Due to this epidemic, the economy of the country has come down on its knees and 2752 people have died. He alleged this epidemic is the handiwork of China. The virus was developed in the laboratories there by order of the government, which is now trying to hide its antics.
Lockdown extended across the country till 31 May
In a letter written to the Prime Minister, a senior advocate of the Supreme Court said that according to Section 86 of the CPC of India, no other country can be prosecuted in any court. He said, “There is no legal road against anyone today against China.” One cannot even go directly to the International Court of Justice seeking compensation.
India overtakes China
So far, 90,927 coronavirus cases have been reported in India. The number of active cases in India is 53,946, while about 34,109 people who have been affected by the coronavirus have been cured. At the same time, the death toll from Corona has reached 2,872. India has overtaken China, becoming the 11th most infected country in the world. On the other hand, if you talk in the global context, more than 46 lakh cases of Coronavirus have been reported so far, of which more than 3.1 lakh people have died.