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Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970
Section 17 (3) (b)—Applicability of the provisions
Section 17 (3) (b)—Applicability of the provisions
- The petitioners have prayed for a writ of mandamus against respondent No.2 that the petitioner should be granted requisite registration as they are entitled to practice in State of Gujarat on the basis of their degrees and registration obtained in Bihar State—the petitioners have been granted the privilege (including right to practice) by or under a law relating to registration for the time being in force in the State of Bihar and have been enrolled on the state register of the state of Bihar. On strength of the same the petitioners should be permitted to be registered on the Central register as well as the State Register—in so far as the applicability of provisions of Section 17 (3) (b) of Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 is concerned in light of consistent decisions of the Apex Court the petitioners or persons situated similarly cannot claim any entitlement under the said provisions as a matter of right that the should be permitted to practice Ayurvedic System of Medicine and prescribe allopathic drugs.
Viswas Rao Shankar Rao Patil vs. State of Gujarat, Gujarat High Court, 2005 Drugs Cases (DC) 168

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