No. It is an independent Commission. However it is responsible and answerable to the Parliament for the exercise and discharge of its powers and functions.
No court or tribunal shall have power or jurisdiction to inquire into or pronounce upon or in any manner call in question any order or decision made by the Commission, a Committee, or any public officer in pursuance of any power or duty conferred or imposed on such Commission, or delegated to a Committee or public officer, under the Constitution or under any other law.
155F. (1) Every person who, otherwise than in the course of such person’s lawful duty, directly or indirectly by himself or by or with any other person, in any manner whatsoever influences or attempts to influence or interferes with 120[any decision of the Commission or a Committee or any police officer to whom the Commission has delegated any power under this Chapter or to so influence any member of the Commission or a Committee or any police officer to whom any power has been delegated], shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand rupees or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding seven years, or to both such fine and imprisonment.
You can appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal within 28 days from the receipt of such order.
OR an Officer can file a Fundamental Rights Application in the Supreme Court.
[See Article 126 of the Constitution]
In terms of Article 155 of the Constitution, as amended by the 19th Amendment, a Police Officer has the right of appeal to the NPC against such an order.
Appeals should be submitted to the NPC within the stipulated time period of six months.