why honorary group captain of indian air force, why not honorary prime minister or honorary president of india ? first they degraded army by giving an honorary post to kapil dev, now airforce and when navy will be gegraded along with bsf, itbp, ssb, coast guard etc.
by mangesh mhatre on Sep 04, 2010 04:28 PM
Sachin is clean like Uniform he worn. The persons in latter posts you have mentioned have dirtied their clothes with politics. Had we 'Presidential Election' sytsem like USA, Sachin would have won it easily even if pitted against ANY of present politician. He IS a National Idol, not restricted to Airforce alone.
Dont even think that our forces got degraded by offering him any such post. (Thaink why not any such honorary post is offered to ANY of politian?)
He is not longer just a cricketer but a person related to the armed forces. So security should be increased and even sachin should be very carefull...he is too valuable for us. If anything happens to him we will have no option but to go to war with pakistan. So i don't think its a wise move at this point of time while is still playing for India.
Sachin has proved himself as a great patriot by motivating the young ones. Cricket in our country has gone to such a height that IAF fly its Fighters. It is now noticed that many bright young generations are looking forward to become MBA holders and cricket players. There have been second feed look from such bright stars for devoted jobs like Defence, Paramilitary , Civil services etc. Most sufferers are our teaching professions. Hardly 1 or 2 % try for it as primary objectives. If our teachers do not come from great mindset and spirited outlook, improvement of the country won't be possible. I appeal Gp Capt Sachin to help the nation by motivating good mindset young generation to try for adorable jobs of teachers who in turn can make the nation great by producing great sports person, nation builders, defence luminaries, selfless and non-corrupt devoted politicians etc. Tomorrow is 'Teachers Day'. I wish a message from you, GP.Capt. Sachin.