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Federation of Resident Doctors Association files impleadment application in Supreme Court

By Lawstreet News Network      Jan 06, 2022      0 Comments      2,264 Views
Federation of Resident Doctors Association Supreme Court

Federation of Resident Doctors Association files impleadment application in Supreme Court seeking to join as a party in the case.

Datar: Yesterday I was submitting that as far as 8 lakh was concerned, there was no base at all.

Datar: In the 2nd counter dated 26.10.2021 they have made it clear. Please refer to page 4.

The 1st submission is: 
they formed SINHO committee in 2006 which gave its report in 2010.

Datar: The point im making is this that I wanted to show that THIS committee was formed in 2006 & gave its report in 2010. Now this committee consisted of Maj General Dave and have also taken assistance of retired judge of HC.

Datar: The committee did a very exhaustive study with regards to income criteria....

I'll come to the summary of the report.

Datar reads the summary of the Sinho Committee Report.

Datar: The commission had consulted State Govts, political leaders, governors, state commissions.

Datar: They have gone state wise and then they met the CM, Gov.. As to who they met and all.

All im saying is that SINHO Committee is very exhaustive.
No reference to assets, agricultural land has been referred by the SINHO Comm.

Datar: BPL criteria is based on the per capita consumption expenditure.

In 2004/2005 committee says that BPL was 559 per person per month and for rural areas it is 368 per person per month.

Datar: In SINHO Committee examined various parameters to determine the economic backwardness.

Datar: Our submission is that 8 lakhs is a top down approach and not a bottom approach.

Datar: They have said do not adopt creamy layer criteria and have stated that in their report later.



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