"What we all need to understand is, that the real question is not 'gender discrimination' but purely a case of putting the right person at the right place during the war, especially in the combat zones. The Army has nothing against the lady officers, nor does it consider them inferior to males."
"In my opinion, Women Induction in Army, way back in 1992, was a very impromptu decision. It was taken without working out the modalities of changes that it would entail in terms of policies, infrastructure, and work culture."
"The Indian Armed Forces are at a crossroad. Taking the wrong turn simply because the road looks smoother may have disastrous consequences. The harder, but more appropriate one would come at a cost, probably a personal one for the decision makers. Can they, do it?"