SC ORDERS PERMANENT COMMISSION BY NOV 1
The Free Press Journal|October 23, 2021
Finally, justice for 39 lady Army officers

The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre to grant permanent commission to 39 women officers, who joined the Army under the Short Service Commission on or before November 1, 2021.

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