Our hands are tied, Navy reads out bureaucratic rule book to Sushma

Ch Sushil Rao
HYDERABAD: External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj wants Indians in a ship at Aden in Yemen to be rescued, reacting swiftly in a way she does all the time, but a spokesperson of the Indian Navy has read out the rule book to her in public.
Sounding firm but polite, the spokesperson literally told Sushma Swaraj about some bureaucratic procedures that had to be followed before the Navy could go out on the rescue operation. “Ma’m we need directives from you (MEA) to MoD to Indian Navy,” the spokesperson told the minister on Twitter.
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Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/

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