Readers Voice on the need for fair and effective procedural laws in the Armed Forces

High time there is a need for fair and effective Procedural Laws. “JUSTICE is the constant and perpetual purpose of rendering each man his due”. There is a complete lack of clarity, sky and mud below difference in implementation of arrived laws and acts of the Ministry of Defence, to their ex-servicemen for a fair and unified action. My humble opinion on ” Legal Justice “includes the protection of rights and punishment or remedies for violation of legally recognized rights, all of which protected by Constitution and Enactments. Being at this old age, with enriched industrial experience, now a student for Masters(LLM) in Administrative Law and Labour Laws, making good use of my precious time. Most humbly feel in RA16/2013 of OA7/2013,thus a right of remedies, is also a fundamental right in case of violation of fundamental rights. I am here a self made man out of circumstances, outcome of unwanted mental-agony caused to me owing to unfairness, owing to deprivation of my basic rights that enjoyed by others. * Lack of uniformity in judgments and orders. SOME OF THE EMINENT JURISTS IN THE PAST AND ALSO AT PRESENT EXPRESSED THEIR INNER FEELINGS THAT JUSTICE SHOULD NOT ONLY BE DONE BUT IT MUST APPEAR TO HAVE BEEN DONE. To satisfy this requirement of justice it is essential to have fair Procedural Rules known to everybody before hand.  Until and unless hardships are removed enacted procedure whatsoever it may be, cannot provide effective and expeditious remedy to litigants.

The aggrieved party could always appeal against non-honoring / non-implementation of the existing orders before the Supreme Court.To victimising me, pressurizes the already aggrieved Ex-serviceman by asking for proof to be furnished with the fear of fighting a superior, not as of now a senior citizen. Since me, with the lower rank then in practical sense have the fear of arguing and fighting for my rights, comparing others who have their god-fathers to influence. After patient waiting and when comes the last resort at AFT since 2009, when came into existence on my exposing the reality, the same RA16/2013 in OA7/2013, is biased.
The aggrieved party could always appeal against non-honoring / non-implementation of the existing orders before the Supreme Court.To victimising me, pressurizes the already aggrieved Ex-serviceman by asking for proof to be furnished with the fear of fighting a superior, not as of now a senior citizen. Since me, with the lower rank then in practical sense have the fear of arguing and fighting for my rights, comparing others who have their god-fathers to influence. After patient waiting and when comes the last resort at AFT since 2009, when came into existence on my exposing the reality, the same RA16/2013 in OA7/2013, is biased.
By Chandran Peechulli Krishnan
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