Hitler And The Independence Of India

A leader was born in the name of Kisan Baburao Hazare on 15 June, 1937 in a small village near Bhingar in Bombay province in India. His father was Baburao Hazare. As his father was not rich enough to support all his six children, Hazare was brought up by his childless aunt. He completed his education in Bombay. He started his career as a flower seller in Dadar railway station and soon became the owner of two flower shops in Mumbai.

The British had a concept of martial and non martial races in India.Thus after seeing the Sikhs battle them in the Anglo Sikh wars they had formed a high opinion of Sikhs as soldiers and accordingly graded them as a martial race. One may or may not agree with the concept of a martial race, but there is no doubt that certain races have faced the brunt of invasions more than others and are thus more ready to join battle in any environment. The Sikhs is one such race.

The Imperial army had the join www.joinindianarmy.nic.in surrounded at Imphal. They were at the gates of India and the British were fearful that a victory for the imperial army would lead the road open to Delhi. There was also the factor of Subhas Bose.But the British join indian army under field Marshal William Slim held its nerve and after weeks of fighting pushed the Japanese army back. It was a great victory.

I had occasion to test one such weapon. The weapon is sturdy and has a barrel length of 76.2mm. It is quite light and weighs only 700gm. It uses 0.32 Smith and Wesson 7.62 caliber cartridges. These cartridges are freely available with the arms dealers. The weapon also has a safety latch which is effective.

After about an hour, I was near the open jail. It was a nicely kept place. The inmates were taught many kinds of skills. Some of them were involved in farming while some others were making wooden furniture. I was happy to see my son sitting before a computer in the computer class. The prison officer was a nice fellow and he dealt very politely with the prisoners. I don’t know whether they dealt in the same way even with Join Indian Army the illiterate inmates.

Accordingly he set about enforcing policies that would help restrict the population. He directed as the Congress general secretary to all state governments to follow family planning targets and even in Muslim strong holds he enforced sterilization and vasectomy. If he was an extra-constitutional authority it was a good thing, as he had the nerve of India in his grasp. Unfortunately he died in an air crash in 1981 and after him the urgency of enforcing population control went bagging. Can we not give him credit for that brief period when the Indian population balloon was punctured? Look at China, they have taken a leaf out of Sanjay’s book and enforcing population control on the highest priority.

The Raksha Mantri and the present Army chief have to clean the mess. The army is too precious an organization and its morale cannot be allowed to suffer. Thus the only recourse is to convene a court martial for General Deepak Kapoor. There is no other way.