He should not be sacked but should be asked to proceed on leave. I am saying this because there is no understanding and synchrony between the government and the army chief. Imagine there is a war in this situation. It will be a dangerous situation. We are a democracy and the civilian government is supreme. Let his proceed on leave and then say or do what he wants as a retired general.
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NO . iT WILL FFURTHER HUMILIATE HIM . wE OLY WISH AS A gENERAL HE SHOULD HAVE COURAGE TO BRING SUCH THINGS IN LIGHT WHEN THEY ACTUALLY HAPPENED . wHAT gEN sINGH IS DOING NOW IS THE ACT N FRUSTRATION OF A LOOSER N NOT AS A cHIEF OF aRMY sTAFF WHICH HAD A vERY HIGH REPUTATION .