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The Bangladesh Unani and Ayurvedic Practitioners Ordinance, 1983

( Ordinance NO. XXXII Of 1983 )

Chapter V

RIGHTS, DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OF REGISTERED PRACTITIONERS

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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