Defence Ministry asked Army to take Government`s permission before setting up any formation in backdrop of controversy over secret snooping unit TSD set up during Army Chief Gen VK Singh`s tenure.
Defence Ministry has rejected former Army Chief Gen VK Singh`s plea to get a copy of an Army report on the activities of the controversial Technical Support Division (TSD), set up during his tenure.
Information on the activities of the controversial Technical Support Division (TSD), an intelligence unit set up by former army chief VK Singh, is still out of bounds for the public.
General VK Singh on Friday termed as "false and motivated" allegations that intelligence funds were used by a unit set up by him to topple the Jammu and Kashmir government.
Eight ex-Army Chiefs on Friday rejected Gen(retd) VK Singh`s
statement that Army pays money to ministers in Jammu and Kashmir.
CPI(M) Wednesday demanded a probe into former Army chief V K Singh`s remarks that ministers in Jammu and Kashmir were given money by the Army, saying they have serious political implications.
Under scanner over reports that attempts were made to topple the Jammu and Kashmir government during his tenure as Army Chief, retired Gen VK Singh on Tuesday termed such allegations as baseless and laughable.
Former Army chief General VK Singh will be filing an Right to Information today seeking an Army board of enquiry report on Technical Support Division (TSD).
Former Army chief General VK Singh will be filing an Right to Information on Monday to seek Army report on Technical Support Division (TSD).
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