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    Anonymous

    What a fuck-all horrible decision! She should've been preserved! Utterly ridiculous

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    Anonymous

    RIP. THis is how Indians treat fauj and Faujis. Just a sad commentary on the state of affairs. BTW no channel, English or vernacular has spoken a word.

    The simmering discontent amongst the fourth part of the fauj-the AMC- about the non implemenation of DACP has also been swept under the carpet.

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    Anonymous

    Very sad indeed. What can we say more about the system and the way we operate. The govt. can find funds for Nepal, SL, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Vietnam; but they say their broke for maintaining a great part of our modern naval history. We will never learn I guess.

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    Anonymous

    This is too painful to watch. India claims to be a regional superpower and an economical powerhouse. We could not find that much of money and so much of land where she could be safely grouted for the rest of her days?
    Even if her hull was in a miserable condition and moving her would be dangerous, there are global specialists who handle just this sort of a job.
    I would rather have a proud Vikrant as a national monument on the country's horizon than gigantic statues of Chatrapati Shivaji and Sardar Patel. Today, I and the several fellow countrymen shed tears.

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    Dalip Bhati

    There should be no emotions and sentiments attached now that a new one is coming up let wait and pray for it wins even greater laurels

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    Dalip Bhati

    US General Patton had said soldiers don't die they fade away similarly this ship will be converted into something useful secondly there is no place for compassion and sentiments in the Armed Forces we have something known as quarterly condemnation board wherein anything beyond repair or use is discarded for new and better

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