STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The government on Wednesday terminated 17 probationary Medical Officers (MOs) for not joining duty on stipulated date despite issuance of final notice by the Health and Medical Education Department. “In exercise of the powers conferred with Rule 21(1) of the J&K Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules 1956, the probation of 17 Medical Officers (Annexure A to this order) appointed vide Government Order No: 49-HME of 2019 dated January 14, 2019, who had submitted their joining reports but were/are not physically continuing at their respective place of postings as on date despite issuance of final notice, is hereby terminated and they are discharged from the J&K Health & Family Welfare (Gazetted) Service,” reads the order issued by Atal Dulloo, Principal Secretary, Health and Medical Education Department. Those probationary Medical Officers who have been terminated include Umar Un Nabi, Syed Muzamil Ishaq Andrabi, Shazieya Akhtar, Ajaz Qadir, Yasir Iqbal Lone, Sajad Ahmad, Shabeer Ahmad Paul, Mudasir Ahmad Ganie, Sana Irshad, Asgar Aziz, Aamir Nazir Bhat, Rabia Zaman Gorsi, Mushtaq Ahmed, Aejaz Yousuf Beigh, Verinder Pal Singh Sodhi, Heena Nazir and Meena Tabasum.
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