The present petition is filed by a doctor, an ophthalmologist due to the unavailability of any procedural provision or mechanism for the registration / receipt of a complaint regarding cognizable offences declared under the NDPS Act with the Narcotics Control Bureau
AFT held that there was no violation of principles of natural justice while discharging the applicant from service. Further, there is no place for generosity or misplaced sympathy on the part of the judicial forums particularly in the matter of recruitment and employment in a sensitive establishment like the Armed Forces.
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