STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A Division Bench (DB) of the State High Court comprising Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey and Justice Sindhu Sharma on Saturday granted three weeks time for filing Action Taken Report (ATR) in Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Citizen Forum Jammu through R.K Chadha for regulation and monitoring the functioning of nursing homes, private medical institutes and health centres in accordance with the guidelines of Union Ministry of Health and Medical Council of India.
Earlier, after hearing Advocate Anil Sethi for the PIL whereas Senior Additional Advocate General H.A Siddiqui for the State and Advocate Deepika Mahajan for the respondents, the court observed that by Government Order No.286-HME of 2010 dated April 29, 2010, the State Government had constituted the Committee of Officers to examine the rates being charged by private clinical establishments/nursing homes/hospitals/diagnostic centers from the patients for treatment, diagnostic and other facilities in the State and recommend the reasonable rate lists depending upon the quality of facilities provided to them. “However, no action taken report has been filed so far”, the court observed and granted three weeks’ time to file ATR.
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