Supreme Court imposes exemplary costs of rupees two crore on fraudulent petitionerAugust 8 2018
A division bench of the Supreme Court comprising Justice SA Bobde and Justice L Nageswara Rao has imposed exemplary costs of rupees two crores on the Mahavir Institute of Medical Sciences.
The institute is understood to have adopted fraudulent means in trying to secure a renewal of permission to run a medical college with 150 MBBS seats.
An inspection of the institute's facilities by the Medical Council of India (MCI), in November 2017, led to a recommendation to . . .
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