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Mumbai: The Bombay high court has rejected criminal writ petitions of two doctors accused of not following norms and violating provisions of the PCPNDT Act while conducting sex determination tests at clinics where they were visiting as consultants.The health department had lodged complaints against the clinic heads and doctors for not filling the requisite form F before carrying out tests among other lapses.The doctors pleaded that they were only consultants and that the clinics were guilty of negligence while filling the form and hence, the complaint against them should be quashed. Menon where the accused - Suryaprakash Karande and Vivek Kirkar from Solapur - had pleaded against six charges against them under the Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse) Rules, 1996, and sections of the IPC.The court rejected the plea saying that the doctors were required to observe due diligence. The petitioners had also challenged a June 27 order passed by the additional sessions judge, Solapur, confirming charges framed against them.Features-------------------- One button press to meet new people through random video match. Just press Next- Join anonymous chat rooms, or live public broadcast rooms and get in on the party.Don’t forget to tip your favorite creators with diamonds, they may invite you to a secret party.
However, additional public prosecutor Vinod Chate strongly opposed the contention and argued that there was prima facie evidence of direct involvement of the doctors in the offences as well as violation of PCPNDT norms.
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