Special Madras HC bench formed to deal with in-service doctors’ incentive marks

Justices K K Sasidharan and M S Subramanian, constituting the division bench, will hear the batch of writ appeals challenging the order dated April 17 of a single judge.

Published: 30th April 2017 03:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th April 2017 03:55 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: As assured on April 28, Chief Justice Indira Banerjee on Saturday constituted the special bench to hear exclusively cases relating to award of incentive marks for in-service government doctors for admission to PG medical courses for 2017-18.

Justices K K Sasidharan and M S Subramanian, constituting the division bench, will hear the batch of writ appeals challenging the order dated April 17 of a single judge. They will sit for two days on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Since it is not a vacation bench, but a specially constituted bench, counsel for appellants and the other side are expected to complete their arguments within two days and provide time for the bench to deliver its judgment on May 3.

Already, post graduate medical admissions are delayed as the government could not commence the process in the beginning of the month, as scheduled, in view of court cases and agitations by government doctors.

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