Will women get permanent commission in army? Supreme court gives big decision
Will women get permanent commission in army? Supreme court gives big decision

New Delhi: In a major decision, the top court has ordered a permanent commission for women in the Indian Army. The Supreme Court said that there is a need to change the thinking about women in the army. A bench of Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Ajay Rastogi said that the appointment of women officers in the army is an evolutionary process.

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The apex court reprimanded the Central Government, saying that the decision of the Delhi High Court was not stayed by the Supreme Court, yet the Center did not implement the decision of the High Court. The court said that the arguments of the Center are disturbing. Significantly, on 12 March 2010, the Delhi High Court ordered to give permanent commission like men to the women who came under the Short Service Commission on completing 14 years in the job, but the Ministry of Defense against this decision of the High Court, the top court reached.

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After 9 years of the High Court's decision, in February 2019, the government made a policy of giving permanent commission to women officers in 10 departments and said that only women officers who have been in service since March 2019 will be benefited. Now, this benefit will also be available to women who have been in service before March 2019.

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