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  • I really like, you know, the logo off.

  • This particularly went there to dream.

  • And I'd like to start with a quotation from a gentleman called Colonel T.

  • E.

  • Lawrence, better known as Lawrence of Arabia, the British intelligence officer who led a revolt off the Arabian drives.

  • You know, if the first World War, he said, and I quote all my dreams, but not equally all that dream, but not equally Those who dream my night in the dusty recesses off their might They wake up by day to fight that it is vanity.

  • But the dreamers off the day are dangerous men, for they act that leaves with their eyes open.

  • So make it possible The other guys who live their dream who follow the dream, who follow their great book.

  • You may not get the part off gold, but you'll have the greater the better part is the journey to the end off your own rainbow.

  • So, ladies and gentlemen, my dear young lady is exactly where I'm going toe tell you about my Jody My journey through life I had a dream Now that dream had, you know, crystallized in the eighth at the night at the Ted classes when I was in school, it's satellite dishes and jumble.

  • Poor and I used to read there wasn't all those days.

  • Commando comics, small little comics at 50 paisa.

  • You know, I'd be used to buy them and exchange them, but they were about the first World War.

  • About the Second World War on Dhe.

  • From then on, you know, your head was cramped, full of images, off people charging people benefiting people leading attacks, people defending et cetera.

  • So I was generally quite clear.

  • On what?

  • That's where my Bartlett.

  • But, you know, I was the studious Skype.

  • I had an elder brother.

  • He was captain.

  • He joined the army.

  • He was tall.

  • Hats off by.

  • Very, very outgoing.

  • Great sportsman, great cricketer.

  • Great.

  • Hit with the girls.

  • So, you know, he joined the lobby and he became Look, Apted.

  • He was killed suddenly in the 1965 war with Pakistan.

  • What day?

  • We just got the news that he had been blasted tow bit by an M 16.

  • Might.

  • This is the mind that jumps up, comes up till your wasted.

  • That explodes.

  • So I mean, there is very little off you that can't be left.

  • We didn't get his dead body.

  • We just got a copper, you know, with his ashes, they collected whatever pieces they could the unit and then they set it back to us.

  • So I was quite shocked.

  • Till that time I used to think of the armed forces, but it hadn't really crystallized.

  • Unlike my brother, I was the studious type I used to have.

  • I was hardly worried about my appearance.

  • I still have big call or my hag that my clothes Half the time I used to be the library on not much of a sportsman, etcetera, etcetera.

  • So my dad said, I think you should try for the I s.

  • You'll make a good bubble.

  • You acted but let my brother was died.

  • I do what I had to do.

  • There was a dream.

  • And now I was crystal clear.

  • Which way?

  • The partly So without telling Mom.

  • Dad, I applied for my idea example.

  • You know, at those days, about one last 40 50,000 people used to take that example.

  • So I generally didn't tell my folks that I was going to direct.

  • It gave my little dead, you know?

  • So the surprise off everybody.

  • I got through the written return.

  • Actually, people want to worry.

  • But I got provided to the dead.

  • You know, I had to go for the service's selection board.

  • And that service is Election Board came in Bangalore, actually ahead of back a little.

  • The service's selection board itself was that my sword and the medical etcetera had to be done in Bangor.

  • So quite obviously, I couldn't tell moment that that I'm going toe afraid daily you could go to a friend because you have relations there.

  • I could go that fast.

  • Also, I told them I opted for the army and they were shocked because this is the year the large 66.

  • This last year, my brother had gilded September 65 66 at you know December aren't given the paper.

  • The results had come March and I was ready to go for my SSB and 66.

  • So there was a big toe Marsha in the house.

  • Big furor, big fight.

  • Who the hell told you?

  • Why did you do it without asking us and harmony family there, take a little cocky amico patient, but fortunately are better, you know.

  • And etcetera, etcetera.

  • so that my dad had Okay, let it be a trial run for you.

  • I s I want you to join.

  • You knew he had a dream.

  • I want my boys would be the IRS.

  • So I went and I gave my SSB and that said, Look, you won't make it so I'm quite sure, you know, because you're not the type.

  • You're not the military type, so you won't make it.

  • So I said, well, can find that.

  • Let's see.

  • So I we went did get that exam and of course, that SSB service selection board and then the final merit list came out on and everybody's surprised at my order.

  • I was number two in the All India Merit list.

  • So So then I went to my dad and I said that it's not now, Let me go see, I've got villain on that.

  • You said I would make it so long.

  • Is that gonna do?

  • This was a trial run for the I s on that.

  • He refused to let me go, and I was quite shaken because the day for the opening of the N.

  • V.

  • A came and went, and that was still waiting at my house and you don't hit the big time.

  • The the armed forces authorities there said Take all you know, it's called that divinity board.

  • So your mom, your dad has to sign that indemnity bond.

  • And if in the course off the training in the National Defense Academy, your son gets killed, he gets injured, he loses his arm leg for I arm whatever, et cetera.

  • You won't cleverly compensation from the government, so he has to sign that.

  • So you can imagine this is the year of the Lord.

  • 1966 had come to an end.

  • It was 67 long.

  • And just after losing what boy he had to sign that I want glamour, the companies that I refused to sign.

  • Then I got very worried because I saw my dream slipping away from my hands literally.

  • You're like water going through your fingers.

  • That's the feeling you got.

  • But anyway, so one day I packed up my bags.

  • It was 10 days since the idea had started.

  • That hadn't let me go.

  • So, you know, I was a double poor.

  • We lived at that old who?

  • The old style bungalow.

  • So I called for a rickshaw.

  • I loaded my truck and he said, Where are you going?

  • I said to the idea that said it, but I told you, you won't go.

  • Is that I'm going?

  • Is that what about you?

  • Definitely want, does it?

  • You said later I'm great.

  • My dad was quite shocked, so he thought I was just trying to pull an act and scare him.

  • So he let me sit in the rickshaw in the rickshaw.

  • Started and very found.

  • I was almost out of the gate.

  • So then he came back and he held the wreck.

  • Shuffle back.

  • He says, I can see that you want to go, But don't go like this.

  • Don't fight with the house with the family.

  • Go, you go tomorrow.

  • So the next day, he took me in his old Austin 48 car, dropped me at the end of a station and he asked me Are you sure you want to go as Eddie up best that way?

  • So that's how my dream started a day later.

  • I was a today.

  • The National Defense Academy Sunkist Bright Day.

  • I don't know how many of you have been to the idea.

  • You must go there is a crack site.

  • We've got the Sudan block the Bill league.

  • You know the cover it off.

  • Sudan had given us about £80,000 those days, which is a princely sum with that instead of building a statue of War Memorial, the Bill t India as a living aboard memorial, it has be a shock, a pillar.

  • And I mean, it's crack.

  • So I felt so very nice that we were dead and then started a journey which lasted actually 41 years.

  • If you count my training period three years in the idea one year that the military could be there A dude dead 37 years as an officer.

  • It beautiful This be log, log, log, Jody.

  • But my dear boys and girls, when I look back over it, when I look back at the time that I have spent if I had my life all over again, I would still do the same.

  • I would still joined to give India.

  • So we finished our trading in the n B.

  • A, where the Army, the Navy and the Air Force trained together on it is a one off the highest order.

  • But, you know, they really take good care of you.

  • And you born.

  • You bought like hell because then it'll be The pressure from the environment is so heavy.

  • The friendships that you form a life long and lasting on.

  • You may have just heard that the army chief, the Navy chief and the air chief that we had the highest soldier off this country.

  • And then from there we went toe the Indian military.

  • Gotta be there.

  • Dude, we were given dead days leave to see my mind, Papa.

  • Okay.

  • And at the end of it, we got it.

  • Trains half of us went to the western front.

  • Most of us went to be attracted Bangladesh.

  • And I remember I got to tow the salmon.

  • So what?

  • 25.

  • 30 off us were coming from various places assembled a sawmill, broad gauge that it used to change your toe.

  • Asami beater, Gage.

  • And finally, you know, be leaded up at Siliguri.

  • Is this 25th off?

  • Remember, we were at Siliguri when we got down again.

  • Bright, cheerful with a body like this.

  • You know when we go down at that will weigh station, we could see thousands off troops with steel helmets with their rifles with benefits, believing in the sun.

  • You know that station had no shed those days.

  • It used to be out in the open on the Barretts were shivering in the sunlight.

  • You know the first thing that your eyes flashed all with those Bennett?

  • So we got down.

  • We were not sure, but we would see one.

  • You know, one another again.

  • Probably off us would live.

  • You don't.

  • So we were hugging one another by by by Great job.

  • Good job.

  • Jolly good fellow, etcetera.

  • So our boys came up to us, saluted and sets up Del Piccolo part on Bangladesh.

  • In here.

  • Yellows are up, My Estep.

  • Palos.

  • Up to see you.

  • Doing good job.

  • Be better, Charlie.

  • You better tell all in a sucky Kerala, anything can happen anytime.

  • Okay, Willie, you're somewhat, but I don't know what is up.

  • So I got to see Boo hoo.

  • So we got into the trucks.

  • We got into the vehicle.

  • The mood.

  • We join our units.

  • Ladies and gentlemen, most off us.

  • What in action?

  • With the very first night off our service.

  • I'm starting to state that Mary off.

  • My very dear friends were killed with the first night off ourselves.

  • We got our parents, got a pitch it before we got whatever would get our first big right, We were killed.

  • Those boys were killed on the battlefield that given up the lives for their country on the first day off service number of them who were called runners is very straight.

  • The guy who was bested, cross country running baritones and all that that a 14 days we had changed the bop off salt.

  • Atia.

  • You know, it is said you can't.

  • You can't change your day bus.

  • You could choose your friends.

  • You can't choose your neighbors.

  • You have to live with them.

  • If they keep kicking you, you just have to take it.

  • I'm sorry.

  • That is the subject or whatever mattered.

  • But let me tell you straight, the idiot off forces today.

  • Ah, start off who change maps.

  • We can check maps.

  • So people who wantto best with us people who want to mess with us.

  • We don't go around changing maps for the heck off it.

  • But if people want to mess around with us, if they want to keep killing Indians, innocent Indian women and Children.

  • But this is what the terrorists have been doing for the last 30 years.

  • You want to kill women and Children?

  • You will, after Dean with Aidan armed forces and you may seize toe exist.

  • Okay, You may cease to exist.

  • You have to be ready for that.

  • We wanted to show you the trailer in Bangladesh.

  • By the way, I hope the girls.

  • No, But if you join the Air Force today, you can't be a fighter pilot.

  • Comeback fight of my life.

  • Okay, you can be the combat arms.

  • You could be in the genius which clear the way off the tax by clearing the mine field.

  • You could do all these carriages.

  • Act the Davey.

  • You can be on the warships submarines.

  • I think they're still not taking the girls, but it will course of time opener.

  • So the runny, chancy regiment.

  • By the way, I hope you know that the data the Sebastian divorces as are his watch.

  • They're waas on all Women Regiment, the Rani Chancy Regiment.

  • And they fought.

  • They actually farted, bomber because he was very kid on women.

  • Bob far back that the Americans give us big lectures on women in Parliament.

  • How we have this and how we are that.

  • But so far each one of us has his old dreams to some, the dream maybe to become a business entrepreneur to some the dream maybe to become a doctor, a scientist, a banker What have you are an artist?

  • Follow your lead.

  • I'm not here to impose my dreams onto you.

  • I'm not head on a recruitment day to recruit people from the heart, scratch college boys and girls and send them to the armed forces.

  • No, I'm here to tell you that I followed my tree and I enjoyed every single movement off it To an extent that if I had my life again, I would again go to the National Defense Academy.

  • I would follow my dream once more.

  • It took me to the highest mountains I have solved in Chula.

  • 16,500 feet.

  • We