|Died||11 September 2011|
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
|Years of service||2001–2006|
|Unit||Aircraft Systems and Testing Establishment|
Flying Officer Anjali Gupta was an officer in the Indian Air Force. She was the first female officer in India to be court martialled. She was working at the Aircraft Systems and Testing Establishment in Bangalore. The daughter of a schoolteacher mother and a bank officer father, she was the second of three sisters. Anjali completed an M.Phil. in Sociology from Delhi University and was first posted at Belgaum in 2001. 
In February 2005, Anjali Gupta filed a case against three of her superiors at a police station in Bangalore. The police asked her to resolve the issue with her superiors. Anjali Gupta later approached the Karnataka High Court, demanding an enquiry by the Central Bureau of Investigation. A few days after Anjali Gupta alleged in a TV interview that she was a victim of sexual harassment at the workplace, General Court Martial (GCM) proceedings against her were initiated.
She was placed under house arrest after she made a statement before the Karnataka State Commission for Women that she "is on the verge of taking her life" because of alleged harassment by her superiors. IAF administration had her examined by a panel of psychiatrists comprising doctors from National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences and Institute of Aerospace Medicine. She was later admitted to Command Hospital. Falsely claiming travel allowance and throwing a breakfast parcel of her senior's were among the fifteen offenses she was initially accused of. In the final chargesheet, the number of charges was reduced to seven.
Anjali Gupta was dismissed from service in 2005 after a five-member General Court Martial (GCM) jury convicted her of misappropriating funds, insubordination and failure to report for duty.
On 11 September 2011, Anjali Gupta was found hanging at a relative's home in Bhopal. Police have detained her former colleague Group Captain Amit Gupta for questioning over her alleged suicide. Anjali Gupta's parents have informed the media that Group Captain Amit Gupta and Anjali were in a relationship and living together.