April 25, 2002, Chandigarh, India
Air Marshal Bhatia shifted
An IAF spokesman said: “The government has approved the posting of Air Marshal Bhatia as Inspector-General’’.
The spokesman said Air Marshal Bhatia would continue to hold the rank of Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief.
This is the second instance in the past two months when the government has taken stringent action against a senior IAF officer. Last month, Air Marshal M S Sekhon was forced to put in his papers after he was found guilty of seeking political favours. UNI
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