7.3.1 Gauhati High Court Order dt. 02.07.2021

Source: Scientific Evidence of the Plandemic by Awaken India Movement

Case No. : WP(C)/37/2020 in The Gauhati High Court (High Court Of Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram And Arunanchal Pradesh) In Re Dinthar Incident Aizawl vs State of Mizoram and 11 Ors, Aizawl

There have been few judgments regarding vaccine coercion being illegal and to stop discrimination between vaccinated & unvaccinated people. In Re: Dinthar Incident Aizawl Vs. State of Mizoram 2021 SCC OnLine Gau 1313, the Division Bench of Hon’ble Gauhati High Court vide its order dated 02.07.2021, has categorically held as follows:

“14. It has been brought to our notice that even persons who have been vaccinated can still be infected with the covid virus, which would in turn imply that vaccinated persons who are covid positive, can also spread the said virus to others. It is not the case of the State respondents that vaccinated persons cannot be infected with the covid virus or are incapable of spreading the virus. Thus, even a vaccinated infected covid person can be a super spreader. If vaccinated and un-vaccinated persons can be infected by the covid virus and if they can both be spreaders of the virus, the restriction placed only upon the un-vaccinated persons, debarring them from earning their livelihood or leaving their houses to obtain essential items is unjustified, grossly unreasonable and arbitrary.”

The above fact is now proven in the State of Kerala where 40000 breakthrough (double vaccinated with 14 days after 2nd vaccination) cases have been found recently.


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