Dear Dr. H.P. Singh, We have taken note of your views and of the complaint. This case is dear to us and let me take this opportunity to put some facts before you and our members,
1. This case is not a PIL but a case filed by DADWA and 8 other petitioners in Delhi High Court. All India GDMO Assocn. (Dr. B.B. Jena) had filed a petition about 10 years back and due to an adverse observation we had first filed an appeal before Delhi High Court last year and allowed us to file this case afresh in CAT without prejudice to the earlier judgement.
2. CAT heard this case but dismissed our petition. This judgement we wish to challenge in high court. Since stakes are high and we do not wish our petition to be dismissed we did a lot of ground work, collected papers and notification of other states and filed this case two months back.
3. Since interest of thousands of doctors is affected, we decided not to take any chance and engaged a senior advocate. You along with others were present in his chamber when our advocate briefed him before the court vacation.
4. We clarify that the question is not of your or of retirement of 8 petitioners (five out of who since retired) but the fact that none of us can afford to loose the case at admission stage.
5. You are aware that daily hundreds of petitions are not admitted by the courts and we would not like to be driven by our or your wish but the advice of our advocates.
6. From DADWA side I assure you we will not fight this case half-hearted. But by admitting that you are retiring in Oct. 2012 you seem to have accepted defeat without our advocate arguing.
There are no guarantees in courts and one may win or lose. But with desire to win, sincere effort, good lawyers (and money to pay them) we stand a good chance. So we take chance and He decides the win.
Now please give the money collected by you at GBPH for DADWA to DADWA as promised by you once the case comes next week. We mean no offense.
Happy friendship day! -Dr. Vijay Rai, Secretary DADWA