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Rajesh Kumar Srivastava v. Shri A.P.Verma And Others - CONTEMPT APPLICATION (CIVIL) No. 820 of 2002  RD-AH 6786 (28 March 2006)
Hon. Sunil Ambwani, J.
Shri J.K. Tiwari, learned Standing Counsel appearing for State of U.P. has filed a compliance affidavit of Dr. Pratap Singh. In paragraph 4 and 5 of this affidavit it is stated that the Chief Medical Superintendent Nehru Hospital, Medical College, Gorakhpur has informed the Director General Medical and Health, Lucknow that Shri P.C. Pandey, Shri Murarilal, Shri G.P.N. Pandey, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, all Chief Pharmacists have been relieved and Shri R.R. Kamla, Shri S.P. Singh and Shri Triveni Sharma Pharmacists have also been relieved. They are, however, continuing to remain absent since 22.2.2006 in unauthorized manner without obtaining sanctioned leave. Hence their relieving orders have been pasted at their local residences. Some of the pharmacists named in the paragraph are not working and that two pharmacists in excess have been transferred. In the next paragraph the time has been sought to furnish particulars relating to paramedical staff, who have completed five years.
Let the compliance report with regard to those, who have completed five years be submitted in four weeks.
List on 01.5.2006. In the meantime in case the absconding pharmacists do not join at the transferred place, strict disciplinary action may be taken against them. Since they were not relieved in spite of transfers and are absconding, the department shall consider action of suspension against them unless sufficient cause is shown for their absence.
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