New Delhi: New Army chief General Bikram Singh has accepted the explanation of Lt General Dalbir Singh Suhag on the discipline and vigilance ban served on him by former Army chief General V K Singh, said sources.
The case now goes on to the Ministry of Defence and the Cabinet for final clearance, which once given, will pave the way for the promotion of Lt General Suhag.
Lt General Suhag, who could lead the force in two years, was served a show-cause notice by former Army chief General V K Singh for censure on account of lapses in handling a failed intelligence operation in Assam in 2011.
General Singh had also put Lt General Suhag under discipline and vigilance ban meaning that he could not be promoted....more
08:20 PM, Jun 07, 2012
New Delhi: A week before his retirement, Army Chief General VK Singh has reportedly sent a notice to Lt General Dalbir Singh who is tipped to be the Army Chief in 2014 after Lt General Bikram Singh retires. Reports say that in his notice, Gen Singh has alleged the Lt Gen of "(his) unprofessional and lackadaisical manner" in handling an intelligence unit under his command that allegedly carried out a...
10:37 AM, May 24, 2012
New Delhi: Yet another corruption allegation has been brought to light by Army Chief General VK Singh. National daily 'The Indian Express' has reported that General VK Singh has now sent a letter written by Trinamool MP Ambika Banerjee, which calls for a probe against Lt General Dalbir Singh Suhag, to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The letter was written in May 2011, where the MP alleged 'procurement scams'...
08:14 AM, Mar 29, 2012