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Contempt plea against Army chief of Staff MM Naravane over delay in grant of permanent commission to women officers in the Army. [LIVE UPDATES]

Lawstreet Journal 12 Nov 2021 6:48pm

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ASG Sanjay Jain tells court the issue is of 11 women officers. The confidential reports are there. Against 8 officers, complaints are pending. The CRs are confidential. 

A senior officer from Army has been sent physically to the Supreme court with the copies of the confidential reports to show the Judges.

Bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, A S Bopanna asks court staff to escort the officer inside the court. "We will send an officer of the court to escort them inside".

ASG-- they have claimed that the pattern of evaluation evolved by the army for PC disproportionately affects women.

ASG-- they have claimed that there is pattern of systematic discrimination

J. DYC-- do they have disciplinary and vigilance clearance?? Then grant PC to them also. You cannot keep them waiting. If they gave clearance then you cannot hold them back due to some remarks given in the past

ASG-- there are other considerations. ACRs are there. 80% valuation is on basis of the datasheet. 20% is about the evaluation by the board members. The members of the selection board give grading apart from the specific marks on overall performance of officers. Figurative assessment of reporting officers.

Sr adv Huzefa Ahmadi-- these officers have been fighting for years with their back to the wall. Have had to argue for the right to be considered. The Army had given a similar argument earlier also.

Sr adv Huzefa Ahmadi for women officers-- your Verdict did not allow any discretion to the Army regarding appointment of officers who had recieved over 60%… Continue Reading...


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