Major Leetul Gogoi shifted out of army unit in J&K's Budgam after Court of Inquiry action in Srinagar hotel case
Major Leetul Gogoi, who was commissioned as a lieutenant in December 2008, was detained by Jammu and Kashmir Police on 23 May following an altercation at a hotel in Srinagar where he was allegedly trying to enter with a local woman
General Bipin Rawat on Major Leetul Gogoi case: 'Any matter involving moral turpitude and corruption will be dealt with sternly'
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat Bipin Rawat said that any matter involving moral turpitude and corruption will be dealt with sternly in Major Leetul Gogoi's case.
Human shield case: Jammu and Kashmir rights body seeks fresh report on army officer Major Leetul Gogoi's actions
After Major Leetul Gogoi used Farooq Dar as a "human shield" against stone pelters, Dar filed a plea seeking compensation from the Jammu and Kashmir government.
Major Leetul Gogoi indicted in Srinagar hotel case: Farooq Ahmad Dar says 'justice has been finally done'
The Court of Inquiry indicted Major Leetul Gogoi on two counts - allegedly "fraternising" with a local woman in a Srinagar hotel and being away from his place of duty
Major Leetul Gogoi held guilty in Srinagar hotel case: Defence personnel say officer's actions were grave offences
An army Court of Inquiry on Monday held Major Leetul Gogoi guilty of violating its laws with respect to establishing undue contact with local people.
Army officer Leetul Gogoi to face action: Ostracised family of woman he was caught with says indictment won't restore dignity
Major Leetul Gogoi was caught with a woman at a Srinagar hotel earlier this year. Indian Army officers are prohibited from fraternising with local residents of areas where they are deployed.
Major Leetul Gogoi to face disciplinary action for 'fraternising' with local woman, staying away from place of duty in operational area
Major Leetul Gogoi, who was detained by the police in a Srinagar hotel after he was seen with a local woman in May, is set to face disciplinary action and held accountable by the Court of Inquiry for "fraternising" with a local woman
J&K police tell court Major Leetul Gogoi faked identity on Facebook to meet Kashmiri girl, confirm she is not minor
Major Leetul Gogoi had come in the eye of the storm last year during the elections on Srinagar parliamentary seat after had tied a Kashmiri youth, Farooq Ahmad Dar, to the bonnet of a vehicle and paraded him on the streets in Budgam.
Major Leetul Gogoi court of inquiry: Slow down...slow down, sketchy facts don't rule out possibility he's being set up
Before we throw Major Leetul Gogoi under the bus, it seems only fair to confirm exactly what was going on.
Army orders court of inquiry against Major Leetul Gogoi, future course of action to be decided after probe
The army has ordered a court of inquiry against Major Leetul Gogoi for allegedly seeking to check into a hotel in Srinagar with a minor girl.
Jammu and Kashmir Police says lack of army cooperation hampering probe in cases against Major Leetul Gogoi, 53 Rashtriya Rifles
Police had filed the case of illegal confinement against Major Leetul Gogoi after a local youth Farooq Ahmad Dar was tied to the bonnet of an army vehicle and made a human shield.
Major Gogoi will be punished if he has done something wrong, and it'll set an example: Army Chief General Bipin Rawat
In a first reaction to the controversy that has gripped the Indian Army, General Bipin Rawat said that if anyone, at any rank, in the Indian Army does wrong and "it comes to our notice", strictest action will be taken. Speaking to ANI, Rawat named Major Leetul Gogoi and said, "If Major Gogoi has done something wrong then I can say that he will be given due punishment and the punishment will be such that it will set an example."
Major Leetul Gogoi, who used civilian as human shield in Budgam, held with minor at Srinagar hotel; faces probe
The Jammu and Kashmir Police said an army officer, a minor and a driver were apprehended after they got a call from Hotel Grand Mamta in Dalgate area of Srinagar.
An embroidery artisan who created magic on fabric till a year ago and now shunned by neighbours as the army's “human shield” against stone-pelters, Farooq Ahmed Dar is a broken man, struggling to pick up the threads of his life.
Claiming that the SHRC has no jurisdiction to probe the Army's conduct, the Jammu and Kashmir government said compensation to a youth tied to a moving Army vehicle will mean condemning the Army officer without a hearing.
Kashmir human shield row: State govt's refusal to compensate Farooq Ahmed Dar latest twist to long-running saga
The Mehbooba Mufti government has declined to compensate Farooq Ahmed Dar, the "human shield" tied to an Indian Army jeep in April.
Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission chairperson Justice Bilal Nazki had directed the state government in July to give the compensation amount to Dar.
According to the police, the soldiers had come out for patrolling when they were pelted with stones by the local youths, and in retaliation, they targeted them in which a youth Tanveer Ahmad Wani was killed and another named Mohammad Ibrahim was injured.
Kashmir human shield row: SHRC terms Major Leetul Gogoi's action illegal, demands Rs 10 lakh for Farooq Ahmad Dar
State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Monday termed the Kashmir human shield incident 'illegal' while directing the Jammu and Kashmir government to pay Rs 10 lakh to victim Farooq Ahmad Dar
An independent MLA sought to move a resolution condemning Major Leetul Gogoi for using a civilian as a human shield in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly