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G.O.Ms.No.137 , Dated: 23-02-1984. Special Casual Leave to Blood Donors - Sanction Orders.



     GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRAPRADESH                                    ABSTRACT

Establishment-Special  Casual  Leave  to  Blood  Donors-Sanction  Orders-Issued.

    MEDICAL AND HEALTH DEPARTMENT         G.O.Ms.No.137        Dated:  23-02-1984                           
Read  the  following:                                           1.  From  the  Directorate  General  of  Health  Services,  Govt  of  India’s  Lr.No.Z.20015/6/82,  B.T.Dt.24-08-. 
2.    From  the  DH  &  FW. Lr.Rc.No.86762/P1-B/83,  dated:  25-10-1983.

 Order:

 1.  The  Government  of  India,  Ministry  of  Home  Affairs  have  decided  that  a  Government  Servant,  who donates  blood  on  a  working  day  should  be  granted  special  casual  leave  for  that  day  and  the  Director  of Health  Services,  New  Delhi  and  the  Director  of  Health  and  Family  welfare,  Hyderabad  have recommended  to  sanction  special  casual  leave  to  the  Blood  Donors  on  the  basis  of  the  said  orders  issued by  the  Government  of  India.

2.  The  Government  accordingly  direct  that  “Special  Casual  Leave”  be  sanctioned  to  all  the  State Government  employees,  working  in  the  State  Government  undertaking  and  to  the  staff  working  in  Local Bodies  in  the  State  as  well  as  Corporations  in  which  State  Government  has  its  say  and  interest,  for  one day  i.e.,  the  day  on  which  the  blood  is  donated  by  the  individual  employees,  subject  to  condition  that certificate  be  attached  to  the  leave  application.

3.  This  order  issues  with  the concurrence  of  Finance  and  Planning  Department  vide  their U.O.No.747/11/A2/F.R.I./84.

   (BY  ORDER  AND IN THE NAME OF THE         GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

                    NARENDRA LUTHER, 
      Principal Secretary to Government. 



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