Major Leetul Gogoi found 'guilty' in Srinagar Hotel Case; to face Court Martial
GUWAHATI: A Court of Inquiry on Monday held Major Leetul Gogoi guilty in the Srinagar hotel incident case, wherein he was briefly detained by the police after being seen with a local woman, and issued orders to initiate disciplinary action against him.
Major Gogoi was detained on May 23 after a fight with the staff of a Srinagar hotel where he was allegedly trying to check in with an 18-year-old woman. According to reports, a room had been booked online for him at the hotel.
The Army is now set to court martial Major Leetul Gogoi, who was briefly detained by the J&K Police after an altercation when he tried to enter a hotel in Srinagar with a young Kashmiri woman in May this year.
Tha Army on Monday said that orders have now been issued to initiate disciplinary action against Major Gogoi. The punishment to the officer can range from a severe reprimand to summary dismissal from service.
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