RELIEVING OF ASSTT SURGEONS
Health Deptt faces contempt petition
FILE STATEMENT OF FACTS: COURT
Srinagar, Apr 7: The High Court has sought compliance report from the Health and Medical Education department for its failure to implement Court order in which it was directed to relieve assistant surgeons selected for registrarship in Government Medical College here.
Earlier, department was directed by the Court to relieve the assistant surgeons for the Registrarship and Senior Residentship—a two to three year training programme for doctors and also a prerequisite to compete for teaching posts.
However, the department failed to comply with the Court directions forcing the petitioners, assistant surgeons, to file contempt petition against the department.
Hearing the petition filed through advocate M Y Bhat, Court of Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir issued notice to the Commissioner Secretary of Health department and directed him to file statement of facts.
Besides, Court also directed the GMC principal, Dr Shahida Mir to file objections asking her why she had invited applications for the posts of registrarship against which the petitioners stand already selected.
Justice Mansoor observed, “I fail to understand that instead of waiting the fate of the writ petition the Principal has again invited applications for the same tenure of Registrarship posts without seeking modification of the orders passed by the court.”
Court also issued notice to senior additional advocate general, A M Magray representing the respondents.
Respondents including Director Health Kashmir have been directed to file their replies within two weeks.
In a couple of writ petitions, in which interim orders have been passed by the High Court, the medicos have clearly underlined that the Health Department was refusing to entertain application forms of eligible in-service Assistant Surgeons to be relieved for Registrarship.
Right from 2006, the Health Department has been continuously refusing to forward the application forms of the eligible in-service Assistant Surgeons. Besides there are number of other Assistant Surgeons who are not permitted to apply and whose application forms are not being forwarded to the Administrative Department to be relieved for Registrarship.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 7 Apr 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 7 Apr 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Fri, 8 Apr 2011 00:00:00 IST
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