Good riddance of bad military planning by the Hindu Indian state. – Simranjit Singh Mann
The Tribune dated 22-04-2023
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that after all it is a good decision that THIS( Theocratic Hindu Indian state) has postponed its decision of having theatre Commands.
Our Party is not recognised in what is commonly called the Hindu intellect. But the Sikh’s have been reared in military tradition like the Prussians.
Our Party had earlier said on this subject that the Hindu Indian state is geographically too small to have theatre Commands. However the Hindu policy maker thought otherwise.
We had argue that in World War II the Allies had only two theatre commands, one being the European theatre and the other the Pacific theatre.
We have also stated that the Hindu who came to power through ……. in 1947 had no history of ruling a state save for the mythical state of Ayodhya. Therefore, to dream and plan of military theatres was a dream and unrealistic.
Now that Hindutva has given up the idea of a theatre command, we would suggest that there should be a top General of any of the three services who is charged with the duty of being a Coordinator of the South West Command, Western Command, Northern Command, Central Command and the Eastern Command. These Commands face the current inimical forces. The coordinator should look after logistics and ordinance. But the tactics and strategy should be in the charge of the Army Commander of the respective Commands mentioned above. However these army Commanders can always seek the advice of the Coordinator.
At last wisdom has prevailed in the Hindu Kautalian.
Logistically and ordinance wise the Hindu military system remains very weak and if we look at the border on the West, North and East, the Demography of these regions has been the victim of military and police repression. In the event of hostility, the Hindu state will not be capable of creating a civil resistance force against the aggressor.
However we wish the Hindu Indian state the very best.
Simranjit Singh Mann
President Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar)