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Rajasthan HC directs government to consider appointment of Medical Officer amid COVID-19

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The Rajasthan High Court on Thursday passed an ex parte order directing the state government to consider the petitioner’s application for appointment on the post of Medical Officer.

Brief facts of the case are that a petition was filed by a lady who has been given appointment on the post of Medical Officer and was required to join within three days from the date of the order that was 25th March, 2020 but due to delivery of baby child on 6th February, 2020, the lady has not been able to join within the specified time frame.

The Petitioner sought extension of time to join the office relying upon another order passed by the Directorate Medical and Health Services, Rajasthan in which 35 candidates have been granted extension. The counsel appearing for the petitioner submitted that “…respondents may be directed toconsider her case also for extension of joining time.”

Justice Mahendra Kumar Goyal while disposing of the petition observed that, “Although, innormal   course   this   Court   may   not   be   inclined   to   pass   ex   parteorder   directing   the   respondents   to   consider   the   representationsubmitted by the petitioner; however, in the wake of COVID-19wherein   even   the   government   counsels   are   not   appearing,   thisCourt deems it just and proper to dispose of this writ petition.”

The Court also directed the petitioner to submit the representation within three days for consideration and directed the State to consider the same within a week.

-India Legal Bureau

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