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    Ex-serviceman demands justice in fraud case

    Tribune News Service

    Amritsar, April 22

    Col Surinder Singh Ghuman’s (retd) is a classic case of how travel agencies, in connivance with bank authorities, defraud vulnerable youths aspiring to go abroad in search of greener pastures.Ghuman’s elder sister’s fixed deposit details were fraudulently attached with documents of a youth seeking admission in an Australian university. The youth belonged to the Majitha township in Amritsar. The travel agency preparing his documents for his admission in the Australian university is also located here.In the documents, the youth posed as the grandson of Kudeep Kaur, said Ghuman. He currently resides in Mohali. Kuldeep is his elder sister. The fraud came to light when the bank authorities sought clarification from Ghuman. His elderly sister had never married and officials of the Oriental Bank of Commerce at Mohali knew about this.Alarmed at this, he immediately approached the bank authorities and sought action against the culprits. Perturbed over the “indifferent” attitude of the bank authorities, he made efforts and zeroed in on an aspiring student, Arshdeep Singh, and the travel agency involved in the alleged scam. He then approached the Amritsar rural police. The student belonged to Majitha, falling under the rural police. After a couple of months, the case has transferred to the city police because the travel agency, OECC, was in the Ranjit Avenue area. Finally following an inquiry conducted by the Economic Offence wing, the Civil Lines police registered a fraud case in this regard on December 12, 2015. The inquiry nominated two persons, including a loan officer of the bank at Jalandhar, identified as Lal Chand, and Kulwinder Singh, an employee of the travelling agency, was booked. The inquiry pointed out that Kulwinder connived with Lal Chand. They kept the student and the manager of the travel agency in dark before attaching documents of Kuldeep Kaur with the file of Arshdeep Singh.Assistant Commissioner of Police BK Singla, who is investigating the case, said the probe was under progress while the police had already registered a case in this regard.


    RIC SUMMIT Flip-flop on terror dangerous: India

    Sushma talks tough with China on the need to curb global menance

    Flip-flop on terror dangerous: India
    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj with Chinese and Russian counterparts Wang Yi (L) and Sergei Lavrov, respectively, at RIC Summit in Moscow on Monday. REUTERS

    Moscow, April 18

    Seeking strong global action against terror networks, India today warned the international community that if it continues to adopt “double standards” in dealing with the menace there will be “serious consequences”.In her address at the Foreign Ministers meeting of RIC (Russia-India-China), External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the grouping must lead the world in fighting terrorism.“India believes that the foremost challenge to international security continues to be posed by international terrorism. The RIC countries must lead the way in getting the international community together to counter terrorism through joint action, including at the UN,” Swaraj said.“We must not fail in this regard. If we continue to adopt double standards in dealing with terrorism it will have serious consequences not just for our own countries, but the international community as a whole,” she said.Her remarks come in the backdrop of China stopping UN sanctions committee from designating JeM chief Masood Azhar as terrorist, maintaining that the case “did not meet the requirements” of the Security Council.Talking about the UN Security Council reform, she said a greater urgency was required on the issue and sought support of Russia and China.“Let me also touch upon the issue of reform of UN Security Council, on which there has been some positive movement with a text being put for the first time on the table for inter-governmental negotiations. However, we need greater urgency on this issue. I seek the support of my Chinese and Russian colleagues for taking the IGN process forward,” she said.The External Affairs Minister said the slowdown of the global economy had created its own set of issues for economies of all three countries and they must join hands in spurring growth.“As three large, emerging economies, we share similar approaches and could benefit from coordinating our positions,” Swaraj said.On BRICS, Swaraj said it was an important framework to boost economic growth. “We look forward to active participation of all members in the meetings of BRICS during our presidency this year. We hope to have a successful BRICS Summit in Goa in October,” Swaraj said.“Let me end by re-emphasising the importance of RIC for consultations on regional and global issues of common concern. I look forward to our consultations today,” she said.Swaraj said RIC provided a good opportunity to three countries to exchange views on how to jointly contribute to international peace, security and development. — PTI 

    Azhar issue raised

    • New Delhi: Sushma Swaraj on Monday raised with China the issue of it blocking India’s move at the UN to get Jaish-e-Mohammed chief and Pathankot terror attacks mastermind Masood Azhar designated as an international terrorist. Swaraj met her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on the sidelines of the RIC Summit in Moscow. In Beijing, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar also conveyed India’s reservations to the Chinese leaders over its stand on Azhar. “We expressed what happened in the UN is not in the right direction and they have to take a common line on terrorism,” he said. tns & agencies

    Jhajjar braveheart cremated at native village with state honours

    Dhankar announces `50 lakh, government job for Major Amit Deswal’s kin

    JHAJJAR: The body of Major Amit Deswal of the 21 Para, who died in an encounter with Zeliangrong United Front (ZUF) militants in Manipur’s Tamenglong on Wednesday, was cremated at his native village of Surehti in Jhajjar district on Friday with state honours and 21 gunshots.

    HT PHOTOHaryana agriculture minister OP Dhankar among the pallbearers during the cremation of Major Amit Deswal at Surehti village in Jhajjar district on Friday.Major Deswal, 31, was born on Army Day (January 15) and had followed in the footsteps of his father, Subedar Major Rishi Ram Deswal (retired), to join the Indian Army. He sustained six bullet injuries during combing operations, the postmortem report revealed. Due to dense forest area, the army faced a challenge in recovering his body, and later due to bad weather, the body had to kept in Assam on Thursday night.

    Major Deswal’s body reached Delhi on Friday morning where army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag paid tributes to him. Earlier on Thursday, Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh reached the army unit in Jorhat to pay tributes to the soldier. From Delhi, Major Deswal’s body was brought to his Sector 6 residence in Jhajjar where people paid their last respects to the braveheart. Major Deswal’s body was then taken to his native village, where he was cremated with full military honours.

    Thousands of people, including former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, newly-appointed director general of police KP Singh, state legislator from Jhajjar Geeta Bhukkal, Rohtak inspector general of police Sanjay Kumar and Jhajjar superintendent of police Jashandeep Singh, thronged the village to pay tributes to Major Deswal. From the army, Lt Colonel Taruvesh Bhanot, Lt Col Deewan Singh and Lt General Raj Kadiyan (retired) paid their last respects to Major Deswal.

    Haryana agriculture minister OP Dhankar attended the funeral on behalf of the state government. He presented a “pushpa chakra” to the martyr and announced `50 lakh besides a government job for his kin.

    “We are proud of soldiers like Major Amit Deswal, who, without caring for their own safety, protect citizens of this nation by standing alert on the borders,” said Dhankar.

    Major Deswal is survived by his wife Neeta and three-year-old son Arjun. Neeta was a teacher at Sehwag International School in Jhajjar and had recently quit her job. She, along with her son, had accompanied Major Deswal’s father to visit him in Manipur where he was posted for Operation Hifazat-2. Amit has two siblings: an elder sister and a younger brother. He had last visited his home on February 16 for one week for his younger brother Sumit Deswal’s wedding.

    Major Deswal was commissioned on June 10, 2006, in the regiment of artillery, from where his father retired in 2009. After several successful operations, he was selected for the special forces and later entered the elite unit of the army in 2011. He was given an important role in Manipur for Operation Hifazat-2 in January 2016. Major Deswal’s brother Sumit told HT that he had received a Commander Dagger during the Ghatak course. After Capt Pawan Kumar, who was killed in Pampore, Major Amit Deswal is the second army officer from the state born on Army Day and killed fighting militants in the past two months.


    ” SAINIK BEST 4 U STORE” OPENED BY MAJ GEN VINOD KUMAR,VSM,GOC- PH & HP (I) Sub Area, Ambala

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    The Pooja Thread tied on wrist of Maj Gen vinod kumar

    and Ms Arti Kumar looks on

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    Rs 11000/- CHQ

    Rs 11000/- CHQ BEING HANDED OVER BY COL CJS KHERA, GEN SECY ,CAPT KHUSHWANT SINGH ,JOINT SECY,MAJ NS MULTANI,OI/C PENSION CELL,COL SANJEEV BHANOT,PRESIDENT HARYANA UNIT OF SANJHA MORCHA TO SUB AS MULTANI ,PRESIDENT ESM WELFARE ASSOCIATION AMBALA FOR THE ASSOCIATIONS GOOD WORK AND TOWARDS  ESM UNITY

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    MAJ GEN VINOD KUMAR VSM INSIDE THE STORE
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    COL SANJEEV  BHANOT  ,PRESIDENT HARYANA UNIT, SANJHA MORCHA BRIEFING GOC
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    Ms ARTI KUMAR WITH LADIES ENJOYING THE STORE ITEMS

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    GOC SPEAKING TO THE ESM AT GOLDEN LOIN CSD CANTEEN
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    COL KHERA ,COL BHANOT AND SUB MULTANI,MAJ NS MULTANI

    A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR ESM FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT TO OPEN SUCH STORE WITH GUIDANCE OF SANJHA MORCHA IN CANTT AREAS.

    THE STORES WILL EMPLOY CHILDREN OF ESM,WIDOWS,DEPENDENTS AND ESM WILL WORK THEM SELF IN STORES. ALL WILL BE CENTRALLY CONTROLLED AND  AND FURNISHED, WILL HAVE SAME PRICE OF ITEMS, BELOW MRP RATES.

    SAINIK BEST 4 U STORE AT GOLDEN LOIN CSD CANTEEN AMBALA IS FIRST OF ITS KIND IN ANY CANTT

    CREDIT GOES TO MAJ GEN VINOD KUMAR,VSM,GOCPH & HP (I) Sub Area, Ambala,FOR HIS NEARSIGHTEDNESS AND WELFARE OF ESM ATTITUDE.

    WE ALL SALUTE HIM FOR THE SAME


    Darling of a pudding! Col IPS Kohli (retd)

    I WAS a Lieutenant posted in a unit commanded by Major Gill. Upon receiving communication that the Sector Commander, Brigadier Gill, along with his wife and a grownup daughter, would be transiting through our unit, I was called by Major Gill; an earthy Jat who eyed those who conversed in English with disdain. He spoke in Punjabi only. Even with South Indian troops. His culinary knowledge went no further than makki di roti and sarson da saag. Both of us were bachelors.“Kaka jo mein kai reyaan palle ban lae (Listen carefully, son).” He gave me the itinerary of the Commander in chaste Punjabi. He told me that the Brigadier would arrive in the evening, stay the night in our guestroom and leave for the Sector HQ early the following next day. We were to host the Commander and his family for dinner. Our ‘special’ cook was on leave. Major Gill left the arrangements to my devices. With a look of contempt he said in Punjabi that he had heard the Gills were anglicised in their ways. He kept muttering under his breath before he dug into the file before him.  I saluted and left his office wondering how two Gills could be so much unalike.Army men are supposedly ‘Jacks of all trades’ and can make a meal out of anything. When in search of food in an adverse situation, beyond raiding the enemy or living off the land, the Army never thought it necessary to include cooking in the training manuals. A ‘propah’ dinner had to be laid out. While taking stock of the CSD, I came across a box containing a pressure cooker. The box had been partly eaten by rats and a recipe book was peeping out. Here was the solution. The recipe book was called for and a menu was chalked out. Cooking is not rocket science, I realised. The instructions were carefully followed by langar (jawans kitchen) cooks under my supervision. The meal began to take shape. There was no recipe for a pudding and no formal meal is complete without one. Improvisation was resorted to, at which the Army is adept. In mountains, we were entitled to dry fruit as ration. There were more nuts and raisin than custard in the dish that was put together.The Gills were received with the customary military fanfare. Brigadier and Mrs Gill made a handsome couple. Their daughter was a charming young lady and an absolute darling to look at. The dinner went off well. It was the pudding which stole the show. The young lady asked what it was called. Major Gill’s heart sank. He looked at me. Without batting an eyelid I said, ‘Darling pudding’.A week later, the unit received a telephonic message from the Sector HQ. Attach your Officers Mess ‘special’ cook with the Sector HQ for 14 days for the training of Sector HQ mess cooks. Major Gill called me and said “hor lai pange”.


    CAREER HOTLINE Scope in Army after engineering:::TRIBUNE SPECIAL

    Scope in Army after engineering

    Pervin Malhotra

    Q.After I missed the NDA deadline, I joined an engineering college instead after Class XII. I am currently pursuing BTech (Civil). However, I am still very keen to join the Indian Army, if it’s still possible. Please tell me how I can do so.

    — ujagar singh bisht

    A.Sure, it certainly is possible! And it’s so wonderful to hear you say that joining the army is your first career choice.One of the finest fighting forces in the world, the Indian Army gives you opportunities for continuous professional growth at every step. Where else will you get such an opportunity to constantly upgrade your skills?And, there are specific entry routes for engineering students like you who wish to join the Army:

    • University Entry Scheme (Permanent Commission)

    Eligibility: Pre-final / final year Engineering studentsAge: 19 – 25 yearsSelection: WSSB Interview, Medical ExamNotification for the UES usually appears in May every year.Upon selection, you’ll undergo training at the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun.

    • Technical Graduate Entry Scheme (Permanent Commission)

    Eligibility: Final year Engineering students / Graduate EngineersAge: 20 – 27 yearsSelection: Group Tests; Psychological Tests; Interview; Medical Exam.Recruitment through TGES is conducted twice a year with the notifications appearing in April and October.Upon selection, you’ll undergo one year of training at the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun.

    • Short Service Commission (Technical) Men / Women

    Eligibility: Graduate Engineers in notified disciplinesAge: 20 – 27 years

    Selection: Direct SSB interview

    Recruitment for SSC (Technical) is done twice a year with the notifications appearing in January and July.Upon selection, you’ll be sent for 49-weeks of training at the Officer Training Academy (OTA), Chennai.You’ll find a wealth of details on: joinindianarmy.nic.in


    Engine driver in Railways

    Q.I am a diploma holder in mechanical engineering. Can you please tell me how I can become an engine driver in the railways?

    — mahinder paliwal

    A.Engine drivers are now called Loco Pilots. So, you can apply for the post of Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) and work alongside the Loco Pilot to ensure the safe and punctual running of trains in the Indian Railways.Besides assisting the Loco Pilot in driving the train, you’ll also watch out for signals, carry out minor repairs and perform regular safety checks.The job requires you to remain alert and focussed for long stretches of time. Presence of mind is essential to this job.As far as the eligibility is concerned, you’ll be glad to know that you have what it takes. The minimum academic qualification is matriculation (passed class 10) plus an ITI Diploma (recognised by AICTE) in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics or Automobile Engineering.The selection process comprises a written exam followed by an interview, aptitude test and a medical test.The 90-minute test consists of 120 multiple-choice questions ranging in topics from General English/Hindi, Basic Arithmetic, and General Knowledge as well as some subject-specific questions based on the specified minimum qualifications.Your next promotion will be to the level Sr Assistant Loco Pilot and thereafter, Loco Pilot. Loco Pilots can further go on to become Loco Foremen (Loco Supervisors), Power Controllers or Crew Controllers.It may perhaps surprise you to know that our Indian Railways happens to be the country’s biggest recruiter (over 14 lakh people are employed presently). And with our swiftly proliferating railway network, IR is expected to emerge as the world’s largest within the coming decade.Recruitment for the post of ALP as well as several other posts in the Indian Railways is done each year by the Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs). These 21 RRBs spread across the country have clearly defined Railway Zones, Divisions, Production Units, etc. for which they select candidates.Do make sure you keep out an eye for the recruitment notices that are issued in the leading newspapers including the Employment News as well as this paper.


    Practising law in India with a foreign degree

    Q.My nephew, who studied law in Australia (he practices in Canberra), now needs to come back to India due to some pressing family reasons. Will he be allowed to practice law in India?— birendra samart

    A.Yes he will — but after clearing the Qualifying Exam for Indian Nationals Holding Foreign Law Degrees. This exam covers different aspects of substantive and procedural laws that are essential for every legal practitioner to be able to practice law in India.

    The standard of the six-paper English-medium test is that of Law courses offered by universities recognised by the BCI. He will need to score a minimum of 40% in each of the papers, though.Please ask him to log onto the BCI’s website: www.barcouncilofindia.org for more details about the syllabus, examination schedule & application form.

     


    Indian Army personnel pursue Mandarin Chinese course at O P Jindal Global University

     Sonipat (Haryana): Twenty-five Indian Army personnel recently underwent an intensive three week programme aimed at augmenting verbal communication skills in Mandarin Chinese.

    The programme was conducted by native Chinese instructors of India’s first Taiwan Education Centre (TEC) at the Jindal School of International Affairs

    The training module was designed with significant emphasis on experiential learning and conducted by Jindal Institute of Leadership Development and Executive Education (JILDEE) of O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat

    Furthering its role in imparting executive education in India, O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) at Sonipat, Haryana, recently delivered training Programme in Mandarin Chinese Language for selected personnel of the Indian army. 25 personnel of the Indian Army participated in the intensive 3 week course conducted at the university campus.

    The programme was jointly conducted by Jindal Institute of Leadership Development and Executive Education (JILDEE), the executive education wing of JGU that seeks to impart leadership development and executive education programmes and the Taiwan Education Centre (TEC) at O.P. Jindal Global University, India’s first Taiwan Education Centre (TEC), established by National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) with the support of the Ministry of Education, Government of Taiwan.

    This programme is also the second successful course Jindal Institute of Leadership Development Executive Education (JILDEE) has delivered in imparting Chinese Language for select army personnel.

    Speaking at the graduation ceremony of the 2nd batch of army personnel undergoing language training in Mandarin Chinese at the university Prof. (Dr.) C. Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, O .P. Jindal Global University said, “I am certain that the Mandarin communication skills developed with the help of native Chinese instructors will be gainfully utilized by army personnel at diplomatic forums, bilateral negotiations and border meetings.”

    He further stated, “ The Jindal Institute of Leadership Development and Executive Education imparts programmes built upon a multidisciplinary approach and innovative thinking. JILDEE has been set up with a view to impart world class capacity training to participants and stakeholders and reflect our vision and long term commitment to institution building for nation building.”

    “It is a matter of national honour and pride that the Taiwan Centre at our university is building the capacities of our armed forces to negotiate and manage India’s relations with its most crucial neighbour, China”, said, Dr. Sreeram Chaulia, Dean, Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) which has also hosted the Taiwan Education Centre (TEC) since its establishment in 2011.

    Speaking on the occasion, Lt. Gen (retd.) Dr. Rajesh Kochhar, Director, Jindal Institute of Leadership Development and Executive Education, said, “The executive education programmes that JILDEE conducts are carefully developed and use various pedagogical approaches such as lectures, simulations, small group interactions, action learning projects, and case studies with the goal of ensuring that the participants can take the learning back to their work environment and apply the new skills gained from day one.”

    Experiential learning was central to the training methodology adopted to develop and strengthen the language skills of the army personnel. The lectures were highly interactive and involved participants actively in group discussions, role plays, situational dialogues etc. The training also employed extensive use of audio visual aids including mandarin Chinese movie screenings for the participants.

    The personnel were also made to practice a mock India-China meeting with cultural insight and etiquette and introduced to the use of technology by using smart devices and online sources as part of the training module.

    25 Indian Army Personnel Pursue Intensive Course in learning Mandarin

    – 25 Indian Army personnel underwent an intensive three week programme aimed at augmenting verbal communication skills in Mandarin Chinese

    – Programme is conducted by native Chinese instructors of India’s first Taiwan Education Centre (TEC) at the Jindal School of International Affairs

    – Training module is designed with significant emphasis on experiential learning and conducted by Jindal Institute of Leadership Development and Executive Education (JILDEE) of O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat

    Furthering its role in imparting executive education in India, O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) at Sonipat, Haryana, recently delivered training Programme in Mandarin Chinese Language for selected personnel of the Indian army. 25 personnel of the Indian Army participated in the intensive 3 week course conducted at the university campus.

    The programme was jointly conducted by Jindal Institute of Leadership Development and Executive Education (JILDEE), the executive education wing of JGU that seeks to impart leadership development and executive education programmes and the Taiwan Education Centre (TEC) at O.P. Jindal Global University, India’s first Taiwan Education Centre (TEC), established by National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) with the support of the Ministry of Education, Government of Taiwan.

    This programme is also the second successful course Jindal Institute of Leadership Development Executive Education (JILDEE) has delivered in imparting Chinese Language for select army personnel.

    Speaking at the graduation ceremony of the 2nd batch of army personnel undergoing language training in Mandarin Chinese at the university Prof. (Dr.) C. Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, O .P. Jindal Global University said, “I am certain that the Mandarin communication skills developed with the help of native Chinese instructors will be gainfully utilized by army personnel at diplomatic forums, bilateral negotiations and border meetings.”

    The personnel were also made to practice a mock India-China meeting with cultural insight and etiquette and introduced to the use of technology by using smart devices and online sources as part of the training module


    Focus on redressing grievances: Ex-servicemen

    Dehradun, April 4

    Shemsher Singh Bisht, president of the PBOR (personnel below officer rank) Purva Sainik Welfare Association, has said the association will take every possible step to address grievances of ex-servicemen in the state. Creating awareness on beneficiary schemes introduced for the retired defence personnel is a regular feature of the association.Bisht said Rajkumari Thapa was appointed president of the newly constituted women cell of the association. He said Shobha Tamang and Kamla Gurung were appointed vice-president of the women cell. The cell was constituted to address grievances of the women members of the association and also women family members of the retired defence personnel. — TNS


    Defence Minister issues instructions for reducing litigation against military personnel

    The landmark step is bound to bring down the grievances of civil and military employees, pensioners and disabled soldiers since the MoD was known to litigate till the Supreme Court in cases decided against it.

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    File photo of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

    In a move which will provide major relief to military personnel involved in litigation with the Ministry of Defence (MoD), Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has issued strict guidelines to reduce frivolous appeals filed in Supreme Court against serving and retired personnel.

    The new policy, passed last week, states that no appeals would be filed in sensitive matters or those involving public policy unless approved by the defence minister himself. Taking a strong view regarding routine filing of appeals in the Supreme Court, Parrikar, passed orders to curb this tendency by overhauling the procedure of litigating in service related matters.The landmark step is bound to bring down the grievances of civil and military employees, pensioners and disabled soldiers since the MoD was known to litigate till the Supreme Court in cases decided against it. On implementation, the Ministry is expected to shed the ‘compulsive litigant’ tag. In the fresh MoD policy, the concern of the defence minister over rising litigation in routine matters and those involving meager financial implications has been noted. The fresh procedure would now involve the processing of proposals by the defence services headquarters whether to file an appeal or not through a set channel. The approval will be sought from the concerned joint secretary who would either send the file back without approval or for the views of legal advisor (Defence) if he feels that the case is fit for appeal. If the legal advisor too feels that the case is not fit for appeal and the joint secretary agrees, then also the file would be sent for implementing the lower courts orders. In case the joint secretary still is in favour of filing an appeal, the approval of additional secretary would have to be taken before moving the Supreme Court. The step also comes soon after the submission of the Report of the Committee of Experts constituted by Parrikar which expressed displeasure on the MoD for ‘indulging in litigation of luxury’ and which recorded that appeals were being filed as a default reaction and by indulging in ‘ego-fuelled’ litigation. The committee, comprising Lt Gen (retd) Mukesh Sabharwal, Lt Gen (retd) Richard Khare, lawyer Maj Navdeep Singh, Kargil veteran Maj DP Singh and former Judge Advocate General Maj Gen (retd) T Parshad, had reminded the MoD that the government was not an ordinary litigant trying to win against its own citizens by hook or crook and it was its duty to settle honest claims and policies already adjudicated by High Courts and Supreme Court. The Committee had further recommended that in case of both civil and military employees, decisions of tribunals in their favour should normally be accepted and a challenge should only lie in exceptional cases at best till the high court and only in the rarest of rare cases to the Supreme Court. –