NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Four Indian Army Generals, who have been found guilty in Darjeeling land scam, will face action of court martial or termination of services. The Court of Inquiry has been completed and received by Army HQ today. The proceedings of the Inquiry will now be analysed as per the existing Standard Operating Procedures in accordance with the military law, an Army spokesperson said in a statement here on Wednesday. On hearing the land scam, Indian Defence Minister A K Antony had ordered inquiry into the scandal in which four Indian Army Generals have been found guilty. The Court of Inquiry (COI), headed by Lt-Gen K T Parnaik, the General Officer Commanding of the Tezpur-based 4 Corps, had held the four officers culpable for their role in issuing the NOC to Dilip Aggarwal Geetanjali Education Trust, much against the earlier Army stand that the NOC should not be issued. Media reports quoting defence sources said the inquiry had recommended termination of services of Lt-Gen Avadesh Prakash, the Military Secretary at the Army headquarters for unduly influencing the transfer of the civilian land adjacent to Sukhna military station in Darjeeling to a private institution. It also recommended court martial proceedings against Deputy Chief of Staff-designate Lt-Gen P K Rath and Maj-Gen P C Sen, under whose tenure at 33 Corps headquarters in Sukhna the land fraud took place. The private educational institution has claimed to start an affiliate of Ajmer-based Mayo College in the 70-acre land. In its prospectus, the institution had mentioned Lt-Gen Prakash who would join it after retirement from the Army. The report also recommended that Lt-Gen Ramesh Halgali, who is at present the 11 Corps Commander at Jalandhar, had a minor role in the scam in his earlier tenure in Darjeeling, should face administrative action.