This veteran of the Indian Armed Forces takes us on a journey through the contemporary history of Indian Defence Institutions, citing inspiring examples of bravery, cooperation and loyalty, and documented instances of their various accomplishments and international standing. He then explains the high relevance of youth participation and their contagious impact on the survival of these institutions.
Major General (Retd.) P K Sehgal is a veteran of the Indian Armed Forces and a leading expert in electronic warfare. He has served with the Indian Armed Forces for forty-one years and has served in the 1962, 1965, 1971, 1999 wars and has been involved in insurgency and anti-insurgency operations for close to 25 years. He has also been a part of several rescue missions during his career. He is also a renowned orator and has spent much time interacting with young audiences. He is featured in several television news programs and is known for his controversial views.
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