HC Relief to Vaidya Mitras From Vizag District

Published: 29th January 2016 06:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th January 2016 06:31 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad High Court on Thursday granted relief to another batch of petitioners (Arogya Mitras/Vaidya Mitras) from Visakhapatnam district who have approached the court with a plea to continue them in their present posts under NTR Vaidya Seva trust (earlier Rajiv Arogya Sri).

Justice P Naveen Rao while dealing with a plea by T Satyanarayana and 54 others who are working as Vaidya Mitras in Visakhapatnam district, has said that the previous order will be made applicable to the present case. On Wednesday, the judge passed an interim order in a plea by O Sudhakar Reddy and eight others of Kadapa district, directing the Andhra Pradesh government not to disturb the petitioners from their existing posts until further orders and not to take coercive steps against them.

The petitioners urged the court to declare the impugned GO Rt No.28 dated Jan 20, 2016 issued by the state government as illegal, and to direct the authorities to continue them as Vaidya Mithras in NTR Vaidya Seva trust.

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