The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a plea which alleged discrimination against women officers when it comes to being given command over Units in the Army [Nitisha vs Union of India].The Court stated that it cannot run the Army but can only intervene if issues involve principles of law.A bench of Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud as well as Justice JB Pardiwala and Manoj Misra was informed by Senior Advocate Meenakshi Arora that male junior officers were commanding Units but women Colonels were being given command of only Companies, which are managed by officers below the rank of Colonel."This is gross humiliation for the officer," she contended.The CJI acknowledged the gravity of the issue but emphasized that the court's role does not involve direct management or interference in the army's operational decisions. He emphasised that the Court can only intervene in principles of law."But we cannot run the affairs of the Army and how Companies (in Army) are commanded. We can intervene in principles of law but we surely cannot run the affairs of the army," the CJI said..However, he requested Attorney General (AG) R Venkataramani to look into the grievance, to which the AG agreed.