Dharma and caste information sought from doctors in AIIMS Delhi: Press review

According to a report of the Indian Express, the details of religion and caste have been sought from senior doctors working in Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences, ie AIIMS. The director of AIIMS regarded this as an unfair and shocking step.

In fact, AIIMS has sought his full details from the doctors in which religion and caste information have been sought. This form of a page was distributed last week for the purpose of preparing the database of all the doctors.

Dr. Randeep Gularia, Director of AIIMS has told the Indian Express that he has no information about this form. He has also said that at any time in AIIMS doctors have not been asked about their religion and caste.

According to a report published in the Times of India, the central government can soon provide relief to the farmers. The central government cabinet will soon announce Relief Package to give relief to the farmers. It is believed that this step is being taken to calm the farmers’ dissatisfaction before the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Ministry of Agriculture has made several suggestions for the purpose of providing long term and short term relief to the farmers.

Industrialist Mehul Choksi, who has left India, has said that he has full faith in the court of Antigua. According to a report of Hindustan Times, Choksi has said that the petition related to his extradition is being heard in the court of Antigua now and he has brown faith on the court. He said, “Of course India is my birthplace but now I am not healthy and I am not in a position to travel. Once I recover and I will be able to travel then I will definitely clean my name.” Mehul Vigilance and his relative Neerav Modi are accused of not returning from the banks of India with debt. At present, he has returned the Indian passport and has taken the citizenship of Antigua. Government of India is making efforts to bring them back.

According to a report of the Indian Express, the attempt to transfer high profile Judge Justice S Murlidhar to the Delhi High Court was done in the Collegium, which was stopped by the Supreme Court. The newspaper has quoted sources saying that these efforts can be done again. According to the newspaper, the transfer of Justice Murlidhar has been discussed twice in December and January in the Collegium. Justice Muralidhar is known for his decisions given in matters related to communal violence and personal liberty. In the year 2018, he gave several important decisions in the Delhi High Court, which was discussed across the country.