Monday, September 25, 2023

Calcutta High Court disposes PIL raising issue of strike by medical interns

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The Calcutta High Court recently disposed of a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed raising the issue of the strike by the medical interns in the R.G. Kar Medical College and Hospital which was going on in the month of October, 2021.

The PIL filed by social activist Nand Lal Tewari prayed to declare the cease-work as unconstitutional and take action against the medical interns.

After filing of the petition, now the issue has subsided and it has been pointed out that there is no strike by the interns presently in the R.G. Kar Medical College.

In the affidavit on behalf of the Joint Platform of Undergraduate, Interns and Academic Juniors Residents (respondent no. 8) , it has been clearly stated that they intended to make a peaceful protest and had no intention to disrupt the medical services during the pandemic period but the matter went beyond their control and they became victims of the circumstances.

The members of respondent no. 8 have tendered an unconditional and unfettered apology in the affidavit and have stated that they want to pursue their carrier in the professional and successful manner without being connected to politics.

Since due to subsequent development, the Division Bench of Chief Justice Prakash Shrivastava and Justice Rajarshi Bharadwaj observed that the grievances raised by the petitioner no longer survives and members of the respondent no. 8 have also realized their mistake and have tendered apology, therefore, the Bench disposed of the petition by taking on record the stand of respondent no. 8.

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