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JDF organizes seminar on medico legal problems
11/18/2018 10:18:36 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 18: Jammu Doctors Forum has taken an initiative to organize a seminar and discussion on a burning topic based on medico legal problems and litigations encountered by the medicos in day-to-day practice. The program was held at KC Residency Jammu. Dr Dushyant Choudhary General Secretary of the Forum started with welcome address wherein he expressed how and why the Forum came into existence. He described the aims and objectives of the Forum. He welcomed the guests and august gathering. Dr Mahesh Baldwa, a pediatrician turned lawyer was the guest speaker came from Mumbai on the behalf of Apex Insurance company ltd to deliver a lecture. One of the top ranked advocate Sunil Sethi was another dignitary who glorified the stage. Dr KC Sharma an old experienced reputed surgeon and an innovative doctor garlanded the stage. Dr Satya Dev Gupta president Jammu Doctors Forum introduced the topic. He expressed that being the members of medical profession our colleagues always remain on forefront, day and night in the treatment of the ailing humanity. Many of us despite working very hard get the rude treatment and ruthlessly assaulted by the hostile mob and even by the executive bodies. The Supreme Court (bench of Justice Sthashivam and Justice Ranjan Gogoi) has categorically expressed "No FIR against lawyers and doctors".
A member of these professions cannot give guaranty to the client or a patient that the outcome will be always in his/her favor. Sunil Sethi, a renowned senior advocate who has a tracked record of fighting against the all the onslaught on national integrity legally in apex and provincial courts has tackled and tackling civil turned into criminal cases filed against the doctors by the litigants. The personal belonging to the medical fraternity has high regards for him.
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