Tag: Armed Forces Tribunal

Row over Army Aviation top job

The incumbent Additional Director General of Army Aviation, Major General P. K. Bhairali, has challenged the appointment of a Lieutenant General as the director general before the Armed Forces Tribunal.

Veterans angry at bureaucrat’s appointment

Veterans are angry at the reemployment of the official in the Pensions Division because he is perceived to have acted against their interests and is now being paid a salary from the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund, meant for veterans’ welfare.

IAF officer fired for bribery

Wing Commander Alok Kumar Thakur was convicted by court martial for allegedly accepting bribes from the representative of French aircraft manufacturer Dassault in a reported sting during the Bangalore Air Show in 2011.

Reform of Indian Military Justice

A lecturer at Yale Law School gives perspective on the administration of military justice in India and the role and impact of the Armed Forces Tribunal, suggesting interesting new measures to improve the justice delivery system.

High Court dismisses Gen Rath’s plea

The court accepted the army’s argument that jurisdiction over the substantive writ regarding the disciplinary proceedings and the legality of the Court of Inquiry properly lay with the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT).

Sukhna accused Lt Gen goes to court

The former commander of 33 Corps, Lt Gen PK Rath, implicated in the Sukhna scam, has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court, not only asking the court to quash Court Martial proceedings against him, but also order the army to give effect to his appointment as Deputy Chief of Army Staff.