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Cadan urges health department to uphold court’s judgement

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2020 12:42 pm

Dimapur, Dec. 3 (EMN): The Concerned Ayush Doctors’ Association Nagaland (Cadan) has drawn the attention of Health and Family Welfare department to uphold the judgement of High Court passed on November 2 and take necessary actions at the earliest.

An update from the association stated that it had approached the High Court seeking that the 21 post of Ayush medical officers advertised on July 16 be filled through Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC).

It stated that the High Court has not interfered with the present recruitment process since the appointment was for a period of only 1 year. It, however, stated that paragraph 13 of the judgement and order, the High Court has categorically directed to requisition the 21 Ayush medical officer posts to the NPSC within 6 months from November 2 to enable them start taking steps for regular recruitment and thereafter make appointment immediately on the expiry of 1 year period from the issuance of appointment orders pursuant to the present recruitment process.

The association also stated that copy of the judgement and letter was also received by the chief secretary, commissioner and secretary of Health and Family Welfare department, and the principal director of Health and Family Welfare.

Meanwhile, the association has thank its advocate Imti Longjem and the president of Nagaland Voluntary Consumers’ Association (NVCO) Kezhokhoto Savi for their support.

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2020 12:42:47 pm