High Court ordered to constitute an inquiry commission to probe doctors’ strike

April 8, 2011 10:08 pm0 commentsViews: 7

L-H-C Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry has ordered the Punjab government to represent an inquiry commission to probe into the doctors’ strike and deaths of patients throughout it, Geo News reported.

‘Tax payer cash is spent on doctors’ education then why did they play with lives?’ CJ asked.

The LHC CJ came exhausting on the Punjab government for mishandling the difficulty of young doctors strike, observing that the govt. had utterly did not handle the difficulty.

Hearing a writ petition against doctors strike, the CJ observed that the mishandling of the difficulty had led to several deaths besides inflicting nice inconvenience to the final public.

Chief Secretary Punjab Nasir Khosa informed the court that the provincial government was able to settle for the stress however it’d take time as a result of the pay increase would price exchequer Rs twenty six billion annually.

The CJ then adjourned the hearing for a month and instructed to brought all those accountable to the book.

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