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THE ALL INDIA SERVICES (MEDICAL ATTENDANCE) RULES, 1954

14. Saving. -

Nothing in these rules shall be deemed to –

(i) entitle a member of the Service to reimbursement of any cost incurred in respect of medical services obtained by him, or to travelling allowance for any journey performed by him otherwise than as expressly provided in these rules, or

25(i-a) entitle a member of the Service to reimbursement of any cost incurred in respect of -

(a) such preparations which are not medicines but are primarily used as food, tonic, toilet or disinfectant, and

(b) such expensive drugs, tonics, laxatives and other elegant and proprietary preparations (for which drugs of equal therapeutic value are available) as may be 26notified by the Central Government.

27(ii) prevent the Government from granting to a member of the Service, or to a member of the family of a member of the Service any concession relating to medical treatment or attendance for travelling allowance for any journey performed by him which is not authorised by these rules.

25. Inserted vide MHA Notification No. 8/8/69-AIS(III) dated 02.01.1975 (GSR No. 1632 dated 29.10.1966)

26. Circulated to State Govts vide letter No. 4/11/73-AIS(III) dated 06.08.1974 & 26.9.74 and notified vide Notification No. 4/11/73-AIS(III) dated 27.09.1975 (GSR No. 2501 dated 11.10.1975.)

27. Substituted vide Department of Personnel Notification No. 8/4/71-AIS(III) dated 18.03.1972 (GSR No. 419 dated 08.04.1972)

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