Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Court gives relief to Ramdev, jolt to centre

Nanital. The central Government had withheld fresh admission in Ayurvedic medical college being conducted by Patanjali Yogpeeth, led by Baba Ramdev for session 2012-13 but the High Court has revoked the order, terming it as illegal. Hence, the admission process has been restored. The one-member bench of Justice Sudanshu Dhulia conducted the hearing. The advocate representing Medical College told that the Government revengeful for Swami Ramdev’s agitation against black money, has stopped admissions.

The Ayush department of the centre said that the College has shortfall of 90 percent teachers, and set the dead-line for filling the posts by August 31. But later, the department issued a fresh letter acknowledging the mistake in issuing the previous letter. But still admission was banned for current session 2012-13. This proves that the Government is prejudiced and biased towards the institution. Furthermore, in such institutions the criteria is filling of 80 percent posts and not 90 percent. After the hearing the court termed the order of the Government to withhold admissions illegal and restored the recognition, permitting the institution for fresh admissions.


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