Indian Army's process of granting women Permanent Commission 'arbitrary' and 'irrational', rules SC ordering PC to women officers
SC begins to pronounce its verdict on a batch of petitions filed by women officers for permanent commission in Indian Army & Navy, seeking a direction that contempt proceedings be initiated against those who had allegedly failed in their duty to comply with SC's earlier judgement
Indian Army today declared results of the first-ever board held for granting Permanent Commission to Women officers. Around 49% women officers would continue to serve in the force. Around 320 women officers would retire after 20 years of pensionable service: Army sources
Towards stronger, confident & empowered women! Celebrating नारी शक्ति, PM @narendramodi ji takes historic decision of sanctioning Permanent Commission to Women Officers in all ten streams of the Indian Army. Indian women now have greater opportunities to serve our motherland.
Adding steel to the Indian Army ✅Formation of the post of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS). ✅Permanent commission for women in Indian Armed Forces. ✅Budget of defense sector increased to an unprecedented Rs 3.37 lakh crore in 2020-21. #1YearOfModi2
Supreme Court says, the permanent commission will apply to all women officers in the Army in service, irrespective of their years of service. Indian Army's Lt. Colonel Seema Singh says, "This is a progressive and historical judgement. Women should be given equal opportunities ".
Lt General CP Mohanty, Southern Army Commander on Supreme Court's ruling in favour of permanent commission to women officers: We welcome this decision. Women have been part of the Indian Army for the past 30 years.