The strict military discipline deters any Òwrong-doingÓ, by a soldier. A soldier is trained to do that what is correct and proper, from the time he is enrolled into the service. It is almost second nature to him and the only way he knows to operate. Any violation is strictly dealt with by the superior authorities. The Army has taken prompt action under the Army Act in cases where allegations of Human Rights violation by its personnel were proven to be true and exemplary punishments has been meted since 1990 to 150 Army personnel including 51 Officers, 18 Junior Commissioned Officers and 81 Other Ranks ranging from cashiering, rigorous imprisonment in civil jails, dismissal from service and other punishments in accordance with law. The Armed Forces Tribunal was established under the Armed Forces Tribunal Act, 2007.
The Armed Forces Tribunal is a military tribunal in India and you can file a complaint with the Armed Forced Tribunal regarding your issue against the officers in question. You can make your complaint with the AFT tribunal. When you file the complaint, however, you need to state your problem or grievance in a clear, concise and a precious manner. Do not state it in an angry manner and also state that you are willing to wait for your problem to get solved.