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Consider plea of ​​doctors serving during COVID-19 for regular appointment, HC directs TN government

The 11 doctors had approached the Madras High Court claiming to have served on contract basis during all the three waves of the pandemic, and thus sought regular appointment as assistant surgeons.

The 11 doctors had approached the Madras High Court, claiming to have worked on contract basis during all the three waves of the pandemic, and thus sought regular appointment as assistant surgeons.

The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu government to consider the representation made by 11 doctors, who were appointed on contract basis in government hospitals during all the three waves of COVID-19, to replace them as assistant surgeons against regular vacancies. may be appointed as such.

Justice Abdul Quddoz ordered that the government should consider his petition within eight weeks, taking into account a decision passed by the Supreme Court in one. suo moto Writ petition in favor of COVID Warriors in April 2021, and also notification of Central Government in their favor.

The judge asked S Thanka Sivan, counsel for the petitioners, to ensure that all the 11 doctors submit a fresh representation to the government enclosing the Supreme Court judgment as well as the notification issued by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on May 3. . 2021.

Doctor R. Venkataraman, T. Aruvi, S. Bindhuraj, B. Vision, S. Arun, Vinoth, R. Ramachandran, S. Pushkaran, Rajamurugan, PS Karthikeyan and W. Medical Recruitment Board’s examination was done in 2018 itself but there was no appointment in government service.

Thereafter, since he had rendered his services during the critical period of COVID-19, the doctors insisted that he be given regular appointment as Assistant Surgeon. Additional public prosecutor Stalin Abhimanyu argued that those appointed on contract basis had no inherent right to get regular appointment.

After his hearing, the judge refused to issue an affirmative direction to the government to directly appoint him as assistant surgeon, but ordered that his plea be considered in the light of the Supreme Court’s decision and the Centre’s notification. Which emphasizes on giving priority to the COVID warriors. in public employment.

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