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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has cancelled Kannur, Karuna Medical College Ordinance, citing that the ordinance issued by the State government is unconstitutional.

“The government tried to interfere in the discretion of courts. The Ordinance was brought to protect students who obtained MBBS seats through irregular means,” the Supreme Court observed, while considering a petition on Wednesday.

From the high court to the Supreme Court, verdicts were delivered against Kannur-Karuna Medical Colleges that gave admissions to students against rules. And now, the apex court has struck down the Ordinance brought by the State government to bypass this. The government’s claim is that it took a favourable stand towards admissions, made without the knowledge of admission supervision committee, for the sake of student.

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