The Supreme Court has upheld the Centre`s decision to terminate services of army officers who were allegedly caught spying for Pakistan in 1978 in the infamous Samba spy case.
In a major setback to the
personnel indicted in the Samba spy case, the Armed Forces
Tribunal Monday dismissed their petitions as similar pleas were
already rejected by the respective high courts earlier.
The Armed Forces Tribunal Monday asked the Army to produce court martial documents of
five soldiers punished for their involvement in the over
30-year-old sensational Samba spy case.
Day in Pics: 29th January
Showbiz World - January 29, 2015
Beating Retreat ceremony