- Claim of death due to installation of coveshield
- High Court sent notice to Serum Institute and others on the petition of the complainant of Mumbai
- The petitioner asked for a fine of one thousand crores for the death of the daughter
Covishield Vaccine:The biggest and shocking news so far has come about the Kovishield vaccine made against Corona. This has created a stir among the people who have installed Kovishield. In fact, the father of a young girl in Mumbai had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court, holding Covishield responsible for the death of his daughter. The High Court was also surprised by this. But when the petitioner presented all the reports and documents in this regard, the judge also got confused. Now in view of the primary facts and evidence, the High Court has sent a notice to the company and sought its reply. The petitioner has also sought a fine of Rs 1000 crore from the company.
In such a situation, the question is also whether people really die due to the installation of Kovishield. Whether this vaccine was the reason for all the deaths after getting Kovid, is yet to be investigated. But from the notice of the Bombay High Court, it is certain that there is definitely some merit in the matter. Now the responsible will have to answer the allegations of the petitioner by appearing before the High Court. After hearing the arguments of both the sides, the High Court will give its verdict in this matter.
who filed the petition
Petitioner Dilip Lunavat has also made Microsoft company founder Bill Gates, the central government, the Maharashtra government and the Drug Controller General of India as parties in the case. The Gates Foundation partnered with SII Company. Justice S.V. Gangapurwala and Justice Madhav Jamdar issued notices to all the respondents on the petition on August 26. The High Court has sought response of Serum Institute of India (SII) and others on the plea in which the petitioner has blamed Kovishield Tika for the death of his daughter and has sought compensation of Rs 1,000 crore from the vaccine company. The matter will be heard on November 17.
Medical student accused of forcibly vaccinated
According to the petitioner, his daughter Snehal Lunawat was a medical student and was forced to take the SII-prepared Covid vaccine Kovishield at her college in Nashik on January 28, 2021, as she was a health worker. The father alleges that if the daughter had not been forced, she would not have wanted to get the Kovishield vaccine. But due to pressure, he got the vaccine. It is claimed that a few days after this, Snehal had severe headache and vomiting and was taken to the hospital.
Bleeding in the brain due to Covishield Vaccine
The petitioner claims that when she was admitted to the hospital, the doctors said that her daughter was bleeding into her brain. The petitioner says that nothing can be the reason for such sudden bleeding in the brain. The condition of the daughter became critical after being vaccinated and Snehal died on March 1, 2021. It claimed that the cause of death was a side effect of the vaccine.
Many other cases have also been reported in the country
In his complaint, the petitioner has also made the basis of many other cases that have come up in the country. The petitioner contends that a report submitted by the Central Government Committee on Matters relating to Post-Vaccination Adverse Events (AEFI) was submitted on October 2, 2021. In which it was allegedly admitted that his daughter died due to the side effects of the Kovishield vaccine. The petition has sought compensation of Rs 1,000 crore from SII. According to the petitioner, the family members of many other deceased in the country had also made similar claims, but they were ignored.
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