How does the state honor the passing away of country’s greatest soldier?
Sounds alright. Just that the President of the Indian Republic, The Vice-President, The Prime Minister, The Defence Minister and The Three chiefs of the Armed forces won’t be able to make it.
Carry it on, somebody send someone to represent the absentees, won’t you? Nobody’s noticing.
Oh and in the rare case, if there is hue and cry, we can always sign the condolence book and keep it at India gate. Of course, the Defence Minister and the three chiefs will sign it first!
In my opinion, this was the only profound way to dishonor the passing away of India’s greatest soldier.
Is it worth it afterall, being a soldier in this country, I wonder.