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High Court takes a strong objection  to KGMU doctors strike

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Published on 3 Jun 2016 1:16 PM GMT

High Court takes a strong objection  to KGMU doctors strike
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Lucknow: Taking a strict note on the strike of King George Medical University doctors, the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court on Friday ordered to pay a compensation of Rs 25 lakhs to the kins of patients who died due to strike. AS many as 24 had lost their lives during this period.

The order was passed by the bench comprising Justice Sudhir Agarwal and Justice Rakesh Srivastava on a public interest litigation.

What court said?

  • Warned officials against such a strike.
  • The court has also asked for the record of doctors who were involved in the strike.
  • Ordered to form a high power committee under the leadership of district judge.
  • The committee has been asked to submit report within two months.

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