In the order, the court said the licences issued to the three accused doctors by the Medical Council of India as well as Maharashtra Medical Council shall remain suspended till conclusion of the trial.
In December 2018, the petitioner was informed by Directorate of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievance that the apology was found to be unsatisfactory and, therefore, his degree is being withheld.
Granting an interim relief, the court also suggested that the petitioner could file appropriate civil proceedings seeking further compensation for the deceased’s mother since she was dependent on her daughter, who died in the mishap.
The petitioner, Nilesh Pasarkar, had moved the court challenging the order of a City Civil Court, Bombay, on March 3, 2018 barring the petitioner to join the duty as he failed to serve a declaration stating that he has not taken any dowry from his wife.
The court observed that in the mercy petitions filed by the two death row convicts, letters exchanged between different government departments bore the words “most urgent” and “death penalty” and yet the matter “did not receive the attention it deserved”.
Following the death of Tadvi, who allegedly hanged herself in her hostel room at the T N Topiwala National Medical College on May 22, the three senior resident doctors had been arrested on charges of abetting suicide and caste discrimination.
A bench of Chief Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice N M Jamdar said, “...we declare that there is a proper constitution of the Tree Authority in the city of Mumbai. The said Authority would henceforth discharge its duties and perform its obligations under the Trees Act.”
The Maharashtra ATS filed a chargesheet against the five, including Gaus, for offences punishable under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, IPC and the Arms Act. In October 2013, the case was transferred to the NIA.
The court was on Thursday hearing a petition regarding a woman, who was sent to a corrective institution for a year by a judicial magistrate first class (JMFC) after she was rescued by the Pandharpur taluka police in a crime registered under the Act.