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Sacked AIIMS director moves HC for justice

July 06, 2006 12:40 IST

Ousted AIIMS director Dr P Venugopal on Thursday filed a petition in the Delhi high court challenging the abrupt termination of his service by the government in the wake of his public spat with Union Health Minister A Ramadoss.

Justice Anil Kumar, while admitting the petition posted the matter for hearing on Thursday at 2 pm.

Former Union Law Minister Arun Jaitley is expected to argue on behalf of the beleagured director.

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