The tragedy is that, they despite being involved in every issue of administration in the country, have yet to learn the intricacies of "Raj Dharma" and to do realistic justice to various services in the true sense, and have remained deliberately discriminatory, especially while dealing with the armed forces issues. They are overly liberal in allocating/approving of all types of public facilities for themselves, as if they are the only ones who are serving the Nation. They have displayed gross inferiority complex while forming committees concerning Services’ issues without any representation from them, so that they may compile recommendations unilaterally without even consulting the actual stake holders.
Will this bureaucrat dominated Government, ever be able to shell out true justice to the armed forces and prevent their further degradation. Is judicial dependency leading to prolonged litigations only course open to the armed forces to redress distortions created by the bureaucrats in their service matters?
The media can certainly act more freely, responsibly and not be subservient to power centres, to play a prominent role in highlighting the disparities and the discrimination being faced by the armed forces. They should certainly not black out the ongoing protests and agitation activities of the armed forces Veterans.
–Serious command, control implications in the offing.
–Govt not ready to include Forces’ rep in pay committee.
–Indian Defense establishment fuming over forming of committee without Services’ representation