Calcutta High Court orders inquiry into "fake" doctor but imposes ₹10k costs on brother who filed PIL against him

The Court imposed the costs after being told that the PIL was filed without disclosing that the petitioner was the doctor's brother, who had earlier lost a civil suit against the doctor.

A plea in the Calcutta High Court concerning fake doctors in West Bengal took an interesting turn, when the person accused of being a "fake" doctor divulged that the plea was filed by none other than his own brother and possibly because he lost a civil suit between them. [Debarata Chakraborti v. State of West Bengal and ors]

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