The petitioner filed an interim relief for the purpose of setting up pharmacy colleges for the new admission for the batch of 2020-21, to which the counsel for the petitioners have also challenged the moratorium passed imposed on the excess supply of the pharmacist. Moreover the petitioned stated that the moratorium imposed was “capricious, illogical, discriminatory and hence violative of Article 14 of the Constitution of India”. Though the moratorium was not applicable to the government institutions which is against the purpose of the moratorium laid by the government for the private institutions.
Moreover, the institutions have the right to file such applications in regards to the setting up of new pharmacy colleges. To which,
The single judge bench stated that “it is not inclined towards the opening of pharmacy colleges” and thus the matter is adjourned to January 25th, 2020.