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DD College Case: Interim Stay Granted

A Division Bench of the Madras High Court granted an interim Stay on the orders of Medical Council of India to revoke permission granted to DD Medical College and Hospital, here on Monday.

Published: 19th February 2014 10:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th February 2014 10:38 AM   |  A+A-

A Division Bench of the Madras High Court granted an interim Stay on the orders of Medical Council of India to revoke permission granted to DD Medical College and Hospital, here on Monday. The Division Bench comprising Justice M Jaichandren and Justice K Kalyanasundaram while passing orders to this effect also restrained the MCI’s decision to permit the State Government to encash the bank guarantee to the tune of `9.5 crore paid by DD Medical College and Hospital, until further orders.

The present writ petition was preferred by the college against the orders of a Single Judge dated Jan 20, which upheld the MCI’s decision to revoke the letter of permission vide the letter dated Oct 14, 2013.The order was upheld on the ground that the college had violated the law of the land and had cheated the innocent students.  Meanwhile, the Division Bench hearing the present appeal observed that the college has raised certain issues before the SC, by way of Special leave Petitions  pending for adjudication.

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