Compensatory Jurisprudence of Constitutional Courts IX : Cringing Coward

The College has been habitually indulging in foul play. The bravado shown in an attempt to cheat Medical Council of India-Government-Court, has to be condemned.

“Apology is an act of contrition. Unless apology is offered at the earliest opportunity and in good grace, the apology is shorn of penitence and hence is liable to be rejected. If the apology is offered at the time when found that Court is going to impose punishment, it ceases to be an apology and becomes an act of a cringing coward” [Ashok Khot, (2006) 5 SCC 1].

Rs. 5,00,00,00 [Rupees Five Crores] penalty is imposed for playing fraud on this Court. The amount may be paid to the account of Supreme Court Legal Services Committee.

Hon’ble Justice L. Nageswara Rao, R.K.D.F. Medical College Hospital and Research Centre v. Union of India, [Writ Petition (Civil) No. 1001 of 2017].