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Sex Scandal hits Army: Junior posts Lt Colonel, wife's videos on porn sites

Dailybhaskar.com   |  Sep 07, 2012, 10:37AM IST

Chandigarh: In a reflection of growing rift between the army officers and their juniors, a Major of Army's Aviation Unit reportedly posted sexually explicit videos and pictures of his senior officer with wife on porn sites.

According to a report published in The Indian Express, the pictures and videos along with the phone number of officer's wife were uploaded on as many as 19 pornographic site of which the longest video was learnt to be of three minutes, fifty seconds.

Following the sensational incidence, a Court of Inquiry has been ordered to ascertain how the Major got hold of the videos and pictures. READ: Full Article here

The aggrieved officers is learnt be at the ranks of Lieutenant Colonel, a flight commander of the Bathinda-based 668 Reconnaissance and Observation Squadron.

Sensing the sensitivity of the issue, Military Intelligence has intervened to get the sites blocked.

The report claimed the role of the other officers in the unit is also under scrutiny with the possibility of the incident being part of a larger racket not being ruled out.

This is the first incident of its kind in recent years in which an officer and his wife are involved.

However, off late, there have been several incidents that have come to the fore that suggested growing harrassment of army officers by their seniors.

Recently, a report submitted by Defence Minister AK Antony claimed that over 10,000 soldiers took voluntary retirement from the Indian Army last year which might have been as a result of the growing discord between officers and jawans under the hierarchical system.
 
In August, an Army jawan had climbed a 200-feet-high tower near the Ajmeri Gate railway station in New Delhi to protest against alleged harassment by the officer in his Engineers Regiment.

Earlier, there were reports of scuffle between the jawans and Army officers following which the Defence Ministry had to intervene.


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