Infantilising the army, promoting the barmy - Ishan Joshi, Pioneer
Scare-mongering has long been the refuge of the pseudo-secular post-Nehruvian Indian elite and the middle-class which has survived on its crumbs, especially when it comes to matters and men military. An ersatz bunch of activists in academia, media and on the seminar circuit which is near-schizophrenic in its hatred for those who do not conform to their guiding principle of never recognising in theory or practice the nation-state as the primary unit of interaction between countries and as a point of reference for co-citizens within, has been talking up the alleged danger, quite obviously to its own worldview, of the Army Chief speaking his mind at quasi-public fora including seminars and workshops.
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