Indian Navy’s Retired Admiral Arun Prakash Hits Back at Outlook Magazine

The Indian Navy’s Admiral Arun Prakash (Retired) has finally hit back at the bias and needless criticism the Armed Forces has faced in recent times.

In a strongly worded letter written to Outlook magazine’s ‘editor in chief’ Vinod Mehta, Admiral Prakash has responded to all questions asked by the magazine during its vicious campaign to defame the Armed Forces, especially the Indian Navy, over the War Room Leak case.

Vinod Mehta’s Outlook had for months carried out a vicious and vindictive personal campaign against the Admiral. Admiral Prakash, however, had not responded until recently in mark of respect of the position he held.

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One Response to “Indian Navy’s Retired Admiral Arun Prakash Hits Back at Outlook Magazine”

  1. A.Karunakaran Says:

    Dear All,
    The Outlook magazine’s ‘editor in chief’ Vinod Mehta, who sell information to public and fil his belly.
    Admiral Prakash is a serving officer of the Nation who need not to write to Mr.vinod Metha and let him write and he is not writing in Government order like Admiral Arun prakash wrote his brave serve in government order.
    Here he did a mistake of writing to Vinod Metha who is not of his rank.
    Regards
    A.Karunakaran,Ex ,Navy
    Author and Founder,
    Childcare Consortium,
    Plot no 79, 6 th street, Ramapuram, Chennai 600 089, India,
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