Make your home orderly: Army to Supreme Court on female officers

The Supreme Court ordered the army to put its house in order on Friday . The top court was hearing a complaint from 34 female army officers .

New Delhi: The Supreme Court ordered the army to put its house in order on Friday, arguing that it has not been fair to the 34 women army officers who have claimed to have been promoted after being granted permanent service on the top court's directions in 2020.A bench of Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice P S Narasimha was hearing a complaint from 34 female army officers who have alleged that junior male officers are being considered over them for promotions to serve in combat or commanding roles On Tuesday, we will pass a peremptory order... You better put your house in order and tell us what you're doing for them, the bench said.Additionally, the bench asked Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain and senior advocate R Balasubramanian, who are presenting for the Centre and the armed forces, why they did not consider these women officers for promotions in October.One thing is for one thing: No male officer shall be posted until the (women) SB III is complete, as enacted by the SB III.When the law officers for the Center said they were dedicated to the cause of the women officers, the CJI said, We mean Jain (ASG) and Col Bala (senior counsel).

The Army has made 150 seats for women army officers' promotions, according to senior advocate V Mohna, who represents the women officers.Since the apex court decision according permanent commission to the women officers was declared, 1,200 junior male officers have been promoted, according to the ASG.Before the senior female officers are promoted, the good-intentioned lawyers are presenting, and I am not against the lawyers and I am voicing these grievances against the administration, she said.The main idea, according to R Balasubramanian, who is representing the Centre and the armed forces, was that no officer has been promoted after the last hearing before the court on November 22.The bench had requested that the Centre's response to the stipulation made by the 34 female army officers who claimed that the promotion process for their male counterparts was already underway, according to the senior counsel.In response, the bench had requested that a special selection board be created for female officers against 150 additional positions that were in the final stages of approval by the Union Finance Ministry.

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