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Refusal to Covid19 vaccine lands IAF employee in Rajasthan with a pink slip

| Updated: August 12, 2021 12:03

An IAF Corporal from Jamnagar Yogendra Kumar has received a show-cause notice from the IAF and has filed a petition against his employees for violating his fundamental right to choose to refuse to get the jab. While the matter has already reached the Gujarat High Court, Centre in its response to the plea informed the court that such incidents to termination from services of an employee who refused to take the Covid19 vaccine had happened earlier too by the force. 

The Centre did not disclose more information before the Gujarat HC except stating the fact that an earlier terminated employee of the armed forces was based in Rajasthan and also added that it was a compulsion for everyone with the armed forces to get themselves vaccinated with the Covid19 vaccine. 

Appearing before the HC, assistant solicitor general Devang Vyas informed the honourable court about 9 IAF employees showing hesitation to get vaccinated and all 9 of them were sent show-cause notice, out of which 8 have replied to the notice. The one who did not reply to the show cause notice was supposedly terminated from the services. 

Justice AJ Desai who heads the bench for the hearing showed signs of giving the Corporal another chance and asked the IAF to reconsider Yogendra Kumar’s case by reexamining the materials as submitted by him in his defence. The court further instructed the force not to take any action from the date of the order served up to two weeks and give the said time to the corporal to present his matter before the forces after which the force, within a period of 4 weeks may supposedly decide on the case.  

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