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SC notice to Centre on army doctors’ plea on retirement age

SC notice to Centre on army doctors’ plea on retirement age

New Delhi: The Supreme Court issued notice to the Centre on a plea by a group of army doctors who want their retirement age to be increased to 65 years.

Noting the urgency of the matter as the petitioners are retiring on Sunday, the bench of Justice Dipak Misra and Justice U.U. Lalit directed the next hearing of the matter on August 1, thus giving two days to the Centre to respond to the plea by the doctors serving in the Army Medical Corps (AMC).

As the counsel for the doctors urged the court to ensure that they don’t retire on Sunday, the bench said there was no need to worry.

Seeking parity with their civilian counterparts serving under the central government, a group of eight AMC doctors have questioned the defence ministry for not implementing the central government’s decision to increase the retirement age of doctors to 65 years.

Read also: Cabinet okays raising retirement age of Central Health Service doctors to 65

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