This is a welcome step indeed because it was revolting to see the
lumpenization within the ex-servicemen ranks and their rabid/Pavolvian
responses to any criticism of the armed forces or their current hero
The unspoken message here is that our armed forces have long been
conditioned to view all Indian Muslims as either Pakistanis or
traitors or both and dealt with accordingly. It would have been far
better if Major Gogoi did the job he was trained, paid and called in
for - ie. to first warn the mob and then open fire on anybody
disregarding his authority, instead of pansywansying on about how many
live he allegedly saved. Major Gogoi has brought dishonour and
disgrace on the Army by exposing it to international ridicule as a
weak and ineffective force reluctant to use the restrained violence we
are supposed to inflict by our regulations.
On 6/15/17, Sarbajit Roy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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