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(i) A writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus commanding and directing the respondent to permit the petitioner to practice as Modern Medicines (Allopathic Medicines) along with Aurvedic. Medicines in the wake and light of the judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of State of Haryana Vs. Phool Singh decided on July,20, 1998.
(ii) A writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus commanding and directing the respondent not to disturb the petitioner’s career in any way even alleging him as Jhola Chhap Doctor.”
Petitioner claims that he has got to his credit B.A.M.S. Degree from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science Karnataka and is registered with registration No. 57099 with Board of Aurvedic and Unani Tibbi Systems of Medicine, U.P.. Petitioner claims that he has also done specialization course in Child Health (Paediatric) C.C.H and is having certificate no. IHSM/7903/11. Petitioner further claims that students of MBBS, BUMS, BAMS and BHMS are equally eligible for CCH Course. Petitioner submits that he is a competent B.A.M.S Doctor having knowledge and training of both modern and aurvedic medicines, as the course of B.A.M.S. comprises not only the syllabus and curriculum of Aurvedic medicines but also to great extent the syllabus and curriculum of modern medicines, in such a situation and in this background, petitioner claims that he is entitled to and deserves to practice modern medicines also alongwith Aurvedic medicines and in the said practice no obstructions should be caused by the respondents. Petitioner has proceeded to mention that as there is dearth of 2 doctors, in view of the same petitioner should be permitted to practice in morden medicines (Allopathy medicines) alongwith Aurvedic medicines and any impediment sought to be created to his practice be stopped. To the said writ petition counter affidavit has been filed and therein stand has been taken that request as has been made by the petitioner cannot be accepted as petitioner does not fulfil requisite minimum eligibility criteria provided for under Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and petitioner is not at all qualified to practice in the said field and petitioner cannot claim as a matter of right to practice in Modern Medicines and petitioner can practice in the branch of “Indian Medicine” only.