Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Gwalior
Reported in : (2005)(2)SLJ145CAT
1. The applicant is a retired Accounts Officer. Prior to his retirement, he was serving in the office of the Accountant General, Gwalior. He had suffered heart attack on 1.2.2002 and was rushed to heart specialist in Gwalior. He referred him to into Apollo Hospital, New Delhi for urgent treatment. He was admitted in Apollo Hospital, New Delhi on 7.2.2002 and had undergone Angiography on 8.2.2002 and bypass surgery on 9.2.2002 in the Apollo Hospital, New Delhi and, ultimately he was discharged from the hospital on recovering his health. The Apollo Hospital, New Delhi certified the expenses incurred at Rs. 1,63,654 and the applicant preferred the bill for medical reimbursement with respondent No. 2. His claim for medical reimbursement was however, rejected on the ground that he being a retired Govt. employee, not covered under CS (MA) Rules, 1944, was not entitled to the medical reimbursement. He has therefore, approached this Tribunal for a direction against the respondent to consider ...Tag this Judgment!