A SOLDIER’S APPEAL FOR JUSTICE

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“They protect the borders , but who protects their loved ones ?”

          On the fateful day of 22 Mar 2008 , Capt Rashika took an oath to serve her country with all her sincerity and dedication , against internal and external aggression , even to the peril of her life and was granted The President of India’s commission in the Indian Army. A year later , Major Sushil Chikkara took the same oath of dedicating himself to the service of his country . As luck would have it , they met each other a few yrs later and  got married serendipitously  .  Life seemed perfect for the newly married couple and they wouldn’t have imagined even in their worst nightmares that both of them would be fighting the system by writing to the highest authority and office in the country, as a last resort to demand…

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10 thoughts on “A SOLDIER’S APPEAL FOR JUSTICE

  1. ajaykohli says:

    I always say we need army rule ,no democracy , all political parties are actually ruling with the help of these local goons , no use of running from post to pillars ,get 10 guys from his unit , kill that bastard ,simple .

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