Complaint Against Seniors For Harassment In Paramilitary

I am working in a para-military force. I reported dishonest activities of an officer of DIG rank to the IGP. When the IGP did not take action on my complaint, I reported the matter to C.V.C., DG, and other concerned higher authorities. Being unhappy ... Read More

I am working in a para-military force. I reported dishonest activities of an officer of DIG rank to the IGP. When the IGP did not take action on my complaint, I reported the matter to C.V.C., DG, and other concerned higher authorities. Being unhappy with me because of my complaint, the said DIG got me transferred to a difficult hard area and the DIG of the new location, having been influenced by the previous DIG, started harassing me by taking unjustified disciplinary action against me for not doing things for which I have been declared medically unfit. I underwent several sleepless nights and had to go to a psychiatrist for mental and emotional disturbances. I have appealed against my mental torture because of his unjustified actions to the concerned higher authorities. Since I had a reasonable fear that I might get physical harm besides mental harm I was getting, I had endorsed the copy of my appeal to the concerned S.P. and SHO but could not post them because I was not allowed to go out of the camp. When I asked the reasons for not allowing me to go out, the DIG said that he would not allow me because I might get physical harm outside the camp and its responsibility would come upon him because of my written complaint made against his unjustified actions. Sir, except me all others living in the camp are allowed to go wherever they want to go. What legal remedy do I have to get my right to freedom and protection against harassment because of my complaint made about corrupt practices of the first DIG and misuse of official authority by the second DIG?
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Ayaskanta Parida

Ayaskanta Parida

  • Sector-1, Noida

You can hire a lawyer who would represent your case in armed forces tribunal against the concerned higher authorities. You can list out the entire facts to him/her so that he would understand your situation properly and then argue accordingly.

Answered on 22 Jan 2020


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