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12th September 2016
Court asks state to not interfere in MMC elections
Win for medical council, which alleged state wasn't allowing its polls
(Source: Jyoti Shelar, Mumbai Mirror, September 9, 2016) 
A week after the state government dissolved the Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC), which regulated ethical practices of about 75,000 doctors across the state, the Bombay High Court has asked the state government to let the council management hold elections "without interference".
The council was dissolved over alleged irregularities on August 30, following a report by the state-appointed inquiry panel probing the allegations, including financial mismanagement while renovating the MMC's Chinchpokhli office, grant of concessions under a licence renewal scheme, and holding of an awards function in Nagpur in April.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA), whose several members are on the MMC board, had moved the high court saying government interference was not allowing the MMC elections to take place.
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