In a rare move to send a strong signal against the ploy to deliberately delay the process of justice, Justice Mr. Aniruddha Bose of Calcutta High Court has imposed a penalty of Rs. 10,200/- to be paid by Dr. Sukumar Mukherjee and Dr. Baidyanath Halder, two doctors already held guilty by the Supreme Court for causing death of Anuradha Saha, for failing to file their response affidavit on time. The court was hearing a writ petition filed by Anuradha’s husband and PBT president, Dr. Kunal Saha, seeking direction to the Medical Council of India (MCI) to permanently cancel license to practice of Dr. Mukherjee and Dr. Halder. Although MCI found Dr. Mukherjee/Dr. Halder guilty for medical negligence but they directed to cancel their registrations for a period of only 3 months. Dr. Mukherjee/Dr. Halder did not file their affidavits for months in order to delay and frustrate the course of justice. The Calcutta HC took serious note of the situation and ordered them that they must file affidavits in 1 day (on Thursday, Aug. 8) and fixed the matter for final argument on Monday (Aug. 12). Dr. Saha himself appeared in the court to argue coming from USA. While in India, he is also likely to find several other major cases filed by PBT around the country and the final verdict of compensation for the wrongful death of Anuradha Saha which is expected any day now from the Supreme Court of India.