Recruiting doctors from 39th special BCS: HC refuses to pass order on writ petition
The High Court today refused to delivery any order on a writ petition filed seeking its directive on the government to recruit doctors from the candidates who qualified the 39th BCS (special).
"It is the government's decision how many doctors will be appointed and from which BCS. We cannot interfere in the decision. The writ petition can be moved if there is any violation of law," the HC bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim said.
Lawyers Yusuf Hossain Humayun and Moshiur Rahman appeared for the writ petitioners while Deputy Attorney Generals Samarendranath Biswas and Bipul Bagmar represented the state.
Some 1,360 candidates, who qualified the 39th BCS, filed the writ petition on July 29 for a direction to appoint new doctors from the 6,000 candidates who qualified 39th BCS (special).
They, in the petition, said that the government recently issued a circular for recruiting 4,000 new doctors through holding 42th BCS examination, although 6,000 candidates who qualified 39th BCS were not recruited, as there was no vacant post at that time.