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Arun Attri vs Union Of India & Anr. on 19 April, 2021

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1. The petitioner had applied to the post of Airmen in Group ‘X’ &
‘Y’ category in the month of July, 2019 pursuant to the Notification
issued by the Central Airmen Selection Board, IAF. He cleared the
Written Test (Phase-I) as well as the Physical and Efficiency Test (Phase-
II) of the recruitment process. However, when he was asked to appear in
the Medical Test (Phase-III) on 25th January, 2020, he was declared
medically unfit. The petitioner claimed that he had been given a remark
of “temporary unfit” without any justification or explanation of the
medical deficiency. He further claimed that he had got himself examined

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at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (“AIIMS”, for
short), which issued him a certificate declaring him to be medically fit on
6th March, 2020 (7th March, 2020 as per document), after conducting
ECG examination. However, the Appeal Medical Board also declared
him unfit on 19th February, 2020. This, the petitioner claimed, was
unjustified. Further, he claimed that none of the medical papers were
supplied to him, which has also caused prejudice to him and indicated
arbitrary action on the part of the respondents. The petitioner claims that
when he sought a further Review Medical Examination, it was declined
unreasonably and hence, he has filed the present petition seeking the
following reliefs: –

Source: Indian Kanoon

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