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         Posted on :17:12:04 Jun 13, 2018
   
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         Tags: High Court, Nipah , Government
 

KOCHI: High Court has expressed content over the steps taken by the Kerala Govt  to fight against the spread of nipah virus. High Court which appreciated the Govt measures also stated that the health authorities worked beyond their capacity and made selfless service.  The high court was observing the plea submitted by law students demanding the removal of  the controversial videos of Mohanan Vydhyar and Jacob Vadakkanchery. The central govt. which provided the help at the right time was appreciated by the division bench consisting of Justice Hrishikesh Roy and  Justice C T Ravi Kumar.

At the same time the Govt  informed the high court that they have suggested for the removal of the controversial videos.

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