Why This Kargil Martyr’s Daughter Is Angry About How India Doesn’t Respect Its Army


Kargil War: How Events Unfolded

I’ve been paying a heavy price for your freedom ever since I was a little girl, all of eight years old. I’m one of the few Indians who’s paid a heavy price for your freedom and it hurts to see the country that my father sacrificed his life for. He deserved to live more than most of you because if he had a chance to stay alive, he’d be busy making a real difference with his existence instead of complaining aimlessly because “convenience” is not a gentleman officer’s way of life.

Since I know that he’d have continued performing his duties just like every other soldier without expecting anything in return from you, the citizens of this country, I’d talk for him like I’ve been for a while now. I’d talk for him because I’m not as selfless as him and I don’t intend to be. Read More

You may also read!

Three More Flights From Patna Airport By Next Week

The number of flights operating from Jayaprakash Narayan International (JPNI) Airport here increased to 42 with the addition of

Read More...

Iranian Envoy To Un Names Three Key Barriers To Dealing With The US

Iranian permanent representative to the UN Majid Takht-e-Ravanchi published an opinion piece in the Washington Post, in which he

Read More...

Air Asia Told To Pay Rs 1.54 Lakh To Veg Man It Served Non-veg Food

A Panchkula family, which was returning from Malaysia in a Air Asia plane, had a tough journey.

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Mobile Sliding Menu