The Punjab and Haryana high court on Wednesday adjourned the hearing in the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) doctors' recruitment scam for July 14.
The case which emerged out of a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by former Punjab director general of police KPS Gill was listed before the division bench of justice Hemant Gupta on Wednesday.
The hearing was posted for July 14 following an adjournment slip from one of the counsels.
A special investigation team (SIT) had probed the scam in which 312 medical officers were recruited in 2008-09. The SIT report has already been taken on record. The report had found selections on the basis of "whims, nepotism and favouritism".
On Wednesday, Patiala-based doctor Anuj Bansal also challenged the SIT report in which he was found submitting a "fake" certificate of social work experience. He has submitted that his certificate is genuine and sought that he be impleaded as party in the case.