Thursday, February 27, 2014

Flag Officer Commanding in Chief Western Naval Command Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha Likely To Resign

There is buzz that FoC-in-C Western Naval Command of the Indian Navy, Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha is also likely to resign following his Chief, who did so yesterday, for the maximum number of accidents under him.

2 comments:

Commander BB Khilari said...

Shekhar Sinha Sir, you need not have resigned! Moral responsibility had already been taken magnanimously by Adm. Joshi another fine officer like you. Since you were next senior in hierarchy you should have awaited your turn for CNS' appointment. Having seen you very closely as my squadron mate in INAS 551, INS hansa, Goa, you are the most suitable for the job even be it for a short period due to age constraints! I sincerely hope your resignation is not accepted!

Anonymous said...

Looking at this domino effect and other corruption cases, I feel like whether the Indian politics is so corrupted and are we looking for a crisis something similar effect like Ukraine in the next 10 years?
I think Officers like Shekhar Singh should rise your voice about all the corrupt practices followed to degrade our Indian Navy.