Bar on entry of married men and women in JAG is in the public interest, national security: Centre to Delhi High Court

The government said that the restriction is only for the period of recruitment and pre-commissioned training because it involves a high amount of physical and mental stress, strain and rigours.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The bar on married men or women from being considered for the Judge Advocate General (JAG) department, the legal wing of the Indian Army is a reasonable restriction placed in public interest and national security, the Central government has told the Delhi High Court.

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