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I have seen those men die..I have seen very good men die...for a piece of tattered silk...Even for a regimental flag, people have died, and we have to discuss this (installation of Indian flags on campuses)!

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

On Arnab's debate today i suddenly realised the difference between us soldiers and others. it suddenly hit me.it hurt me deeply to see what we have become. we have problems now with flying our national Flag.?

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

The problem is the sophisticated debate that these bastions of Leftist liberals have created. 

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

On my selection there was a lot of hue and cry in the house, (understandably so) but I had already resolved to join the armed forces. In 1967, I was in the NDA

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

I took an oath that wherever I am told to go – whether via land, sea or air – I’ll go. If I have to die, I’ll die. I have seen many people die, and I request you with folded hands to please respect our jawans who have laid down their lives. You cannot give them anything; they died for the flag. Respect them.

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

This is not a theory for me. I am sad to see that we soldiers have been left alone to cry

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

The nation must remember those who laid down their lives and gave their today for our tomorrow.

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

Our greatest moment was when we were having massive fire exchange with the 29 Baluch Regiment of Pakistan Army in the area of Kaksar

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

Pakistan needs to be taught a lesson that it will not forget in a hurry

G. D. Bakshi (Retired Major General)

Gradually, General Kayani will be the boss

Talat Masood (Retd Army Lieutenant General)

The real control of the army will be with Kayani.

Talat Masood (Retd Army Lieutenant General)

If Kayani, in a way, tries to promote democracy and becomes the protector of democracy. Then I think Pakistan has a chance.

Talat Masood (Retd Army Lieutenant General)

No one should even assume that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would allow things to aggravate further.

Talat Masood (Retd Army Lieutenant General)

The US had made this information public months ago and there is no secret about it. This is a routine matter and countries do follow this practice.

Talat Masood (Retd Army Lieutenant General)

Pakistan’s nuclear programme has been under the US scanner for a while now. They would keep building pressure over Pakistan, though they better understand that Pakistan would never agree to their diktat over its nukes.

Talat Masood (Retd Army Lieutenant General)

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