The Health Ministry and AIIMS have received notice from the HC

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By: Rajat Shaw

Last Update: 2021-07-27 09:51:51 IST

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The Madras High Court’s Madurai Bench requested a statement from the Central government on the State government’s decision to admit 50 students to AIIMS Madurai’s MBBS program this year.

The Health Ministry and AIIMS have received notice from the HC

The Madras High Court’s Madurai Bench requested a statement from the Central government on the State government’s decision to admit 50 students to AIIMS Madurai’s MBBS program this year.

The Hemant Soren government has petitioned the Jharkhand high court to have the newly established All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Deoghar’s outpatients’ department (OPD) operational as soon as possible.

The State government would make a decision after receiving the institute’s suggestion. A bench of Justices TS Sivagnanam and S Ananthi read the report and questioned the State government where the 50 students would be housed if the Centre pursued the case. The 50 students would be placed in adjacent government medical colleges in Madurai, Theni, or Sivagangai, according to a senior lawyer arguing for the State.

After hearing the case, the Bench ordered the Union Health Ministry and the Director of AIIMS to explain the TN government’s counter-affidavit. The lawsuit has been postponed until July 30.

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