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The Bangladesh Unani and Ayurvedic Practitioners Ordinance, 1983

( Ordinance NO. XXXII OF 1983 )

Chapter V


Privileges of registered practitioners
30. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force, every practitioner registered under section 23 shall be entitled-
(a) to hold any appointment as physician or medical officer in any Unani or, as the case may be, Ayurvedic dispensary, hospital, infirmary or lying-in-hospital, if such dispensary, hospital, infirmary or lying-in-hospital is supported by or receives a grant from the Government or any local authority and treats patients according to the system of medicine or in any public establishment, body or institution practising such system;
(b) to vote for the election of members to the Board; and
(c) to recover fees through Courts.
(2) A practitioner registered under section 24 shall be entitled to the privileges specified in clauses (b) and (c) of sub-section (1).
(3) A registered practitioner shall abide by the Code of Ethics for Unani and Ayurvedic practitioners framed by the Board and approved by the Government.

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