OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Castigating back-door efforts by a certain group of doctors to enter the teaching cadre, the Postgraduate Doctors Association on Saturday vowed they wont allow such a secret move to succeed. These cheaters are misleading the government, said the PDA while reacting to a meeting of a PMA (Punjab) delegation with the provincial Chief Secretary. PDAs Punjab chapter President Dr M Abdul Rauf and other officebearers also alleged that the said group had nothing to do with the PMA, adding that they were only using the PMA platform to get some doctors promoted as Assistant Professors. The PDA doctors urged the Chief Secretary to expose the elements in the government involved in arranging the meeting with him. They further said the Punjab Government had already made it clear before Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry, during the hearing of a case on December 12, 2010, that neither the Health Department nor the Co-operative Society of the Punjab recognised the said association. Demanding that the government avoid amending rules and do not listen to strike threats by the PMA, the PDA team claimed said that a group of doctors who took years to complete their post-graduation was blackmailing the government. They also demanded filling the vacant posts of senior Registrars and APs purely on merit and through a competitive examination.