Sadanand Dhume | Times of India
Relations between the Indian military and the civilian leadership have always been bound by strict rules and codes. Since India gained independence in 1947, it was always believed that its destiny lay in a democracy that is nurtured by a civilian political leadership. As a result of that ethos, the Indian Army has been strictly apolitical and has always maintained a strict code of never commenting on, let alone interfering in, decisions that are...
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