Three brave men across three theatres of operation, bound together by their audacity and good fortune. Each of them survived to personally play a significant role in ensuring ultimate victory for the country, providing decisive leadership at critical junctures. It was as if fortune was actually watching over them, indulgently placing a protective hand to keep them from harm’s way, knowing their sheer audacity would prevent them from looking out for themselves.
An Assistant Commandant of the CRPF has felt annoyed at the remarks made by the Army Chief on ‘internal deficiencies’ of the force. Should such deficiencies be brushed aside?