Armed forces

In Whose Interests Do Our Soldiers March?

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  • Alok Asthana

    Chandraskehkar is a smart chap and an even smarter businessman. But has got exposed before he could make his millions.

  • Alok Asthana

    Where are the people who vote for Rajeev Chandrashekhar? Even if he is a Rajya Sabha MP, at some level people must have voted him in, even if indirectly. These people must either revoke their sanction, or face India going the way it is. In the final analysis, it is all upto the people. Even if we crib that the rules do not permit them to have a say after elections ( which seems to be true), we have to fight for it. War of independence has not ended. It has barely started. Is an ongoing struggle.