Appointment in the post of Chief of Army Staff.
The post of Chief of Army Staff is a post in which the Government must have absolute trust, faith the confidence for the necessity of State security and naturally such a person in the post of Chief of Army Staff of a country holds office during the
pleasure of the President as contemplated in Article 134 of our constitution. Since the petitioner is military personnel the doctrine of pleasure theory of the President as contemplated in the Constitution is applicable in this case, contrary to Article 135 of the Constitution.
Major General Moinul Hdssain Chowdhurv Vs. Govt. of Bangladesh & Ors. 8BLT (AD)-95.
The judicial service is a service of the Republic within the meaning of Article 152(1) of the Constitution, but it is functionally and structurally distinct and separate service from the civil executive and administrative services of the Republic with which the judicial service cannot be placed on par on any account and that it cannot be amalgamated, abolished, replaced, mixed up and tied together with the civil executive and administrative services.
Major General Moinul Hossain Chowdhury Vs. Govt. of Bangladesh & Ors. 8BLT (AD)-95.