Well then you have to wonder why he had chosen to spy for the enemy. Couldn't be just money, something made him feel he didn't belong to the country, values that aligned more with the enemy even after army training. Could be the people he knew in army are as much to blame for his mindset development? Worth thinking about.No he wasn’t - he was coddled quite a bit after he revealed all the positions of observers and ammo dumps to Indians in 71. But as an Indian accustomed to pretending to be the wronged party even if you are guilty, I cannot expect you to ever take it on the surface.
“Bheegi billi banna” is a trait mastered by Indians.
The mindset is also seen on how you decided it was good to highlight the lone hindu spy case to represent hindus in this thread, where another minority officer was being glorified.
In any case can you provide sources for this particular case? Couldn't find sources online.