TE3N MOVIE REVIEW – INDIAN ARMY vs SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE


TE3N MOVIE REVIEW – INDIAN ARMY vs SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

TE3N MOVIE REVIEW – INDIAN ARMY vs SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE. CONTROL AND COMMAND STRUCTURES OF MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS. ARMY ACT 1950 IS NOT APPLICABLE TO SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE.

TE3N Movie is of personal interest for its theme gives prominence to Hindi word ‘TEEN’ which means numerical number ‘3’. In Indian tradition, Number ‘3’ is culturally of high significance for it describes three dimensions of God; 1. The Creator, 2. The Protector, and 3. The Destroyer. Life is viewed as cyclical flow of three events; 1. Birth, 2. Death, and 3. Rebirth. Each dimension of God is represented by God Personality with given names, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva representing creation, sustenance, and eventual destruction of all lifeforms.

Number ‘3’ or ‘TEEN’, or ‘TE3N’ is of interest for it has shaped my entire life journey till now. I am third among five siblings and my father who consulted Vedic Astrologer was forced to name me as ‘RUDRA’ and designated Lord Shiva, the Destroyer as my Personal Protector.

At age 3, I had real lifetime experience of childhood abduction when got snatched from a busy street in Rajahmundry, East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India. I am the most fortunate survivor to be found among countless stories of childhood abductions. Within minutes of my abduction, miraculously, a stranger riding bike on the street, decided to intervene demanding to verify my identity and pressing for my release from the hands of my abductors. He rescued me, offered me food, and took me home making several inquiries in the entire neighborhood as I was not able to provide my home address.

TE3N Movie Review - Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Military Organizations can be known by study of Command and Control mechanisms that govern their Operations. Army Act 1950 provides Law that governs conduct of Indian Army personnel.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Military Organizations can be known by study of Command and Control mechanisms that govern their Operations. Army Act 1950 provides Law that governs conduct of Indian Army personnel.

TE3N Movie in a Screenshot that lasts for a few seconds, presented to viewers, selection of photo images of Military Personnel. Most viewers can easily recognize the famous image of Surrender Agreement signed in Dhaka on December 16, 1971 signifying India’s Victory in Bangladesh Liberation War.

TE3N Movie Review - Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Army Act 1950 did not govern my Military Conduct during 1971 Bangladesh Ops for the Act does not govern Special Frontier Force.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Army Act 1950 did not govern my Military Conduct during 1971 Bangladesh Ops for the Act does not govern Special Frontier Force.

However, most viewers may not recognize the role played by military organization called Special Frontier Force. My 1972 Indian Army Picture ID photo image seen on the Movie screen does not reveal my affiliation to Special Frontier Force. I demand Transparency and Public Accountability in all aspects of Democratic Governance and hence viewers of Movie TE3N and general public have to know the difference between Indian Army and Special Frontier Force.

INDIAN ARMY vs SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

TE3N Movie Review - Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Command and Control of Military Organizations. Army Act 1950 does not govern Special Frontier Force Operations. Photo image of Signing of Surrender Agreement in Dhaka on December 16, 1971 appears in TE3N.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Command and Control of Military Organizations. Army Act 1950 does not govern Special Frontier Force Operations. Photo image of Signing of Surrender Agreement in Dhaka on December 16, 1971 appears in TE3N.

Central Government Act of 1950 known as Army Act 1950 regulates laws relating to the government of Indian Army personnel and defines their chain of Command. Section 34 of Army Act lists offences in relation to the Enemy that are punishable with death. Section 34(c) of Army Act reads: “in the presence of the enemy, shamefully casts away his arms, ammunition, tools or equipment or misbehaves in such manner as to show cowardice;”

TE3N Movie Review - Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. In 1971, Special Frontier Force initiated Liberation of Bangladesh with military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts with Battle Plan Code-named Operation Eagle. This Operation is not governed by Army Act 1950.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. In 1971, Special Frontier Force initiated Liberation of Bangladesh with military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts with Battle Plan Code-named Operation Eagle. This Operation is not governed by Army Act 1950.

Special Frontier Force initiated Liberation of Bangladesh in November 1971 with discrete military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts. This battle plan was code-named ‘Operation Eagle’ and I participated in this battle without constraints imposed by Army Act 1950, Section 34(c). Prior to entering Enemy territory to engage in military attack, I had willfully cast away my personal weapon and ammunition without attracting any disciplinary action mandated by Army Act 1950 Section 34(c). The reason is very simple. Army Act 1950 does not govern the conduct of Special Frontier Force personnel. My Indian Army ID does not subject me to conditions and terms imposed by Army Act while I serve to perform military duties assisting Special Frontier Force to accomplish its military mission. Special Frontier Force represents military pact between three (3) participating nations and its members owe their allegiance to their own national authority. For example, Tibetan nationals serving in Special Frontier Force acknowledge Dalai Lama as the Supreme, Independent, Political Authority and Ruler of Tibet. Tibetan nationals serving in Special Frontier Force acknowledge no other Superior Authority. They owe their total allegiance to Supreme Authority of the Dalai Lama. However, Tibetan nationals serving in Special Frontier Force acknowledge authority of other nationals if that authority is authorized by the Dalai Lama. In principle, Command and Control of Tibetans serving in Special Frontier Force is derived from authority vested by the Dalai Lama and not by authority or power sanctioned by President of U.S.A., or President of Republic of India.

NUMBER ‘3’, “DESTROYER” UNSEALS DOOMSDAY SCENARIO NOT SHOWN IN MOVIE TE3N

TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My 1972 Indian Army Picture ID Image is seen in TE3N. My Conduct during 1971 Bangladesh Ops is not governed by Army Act 1950, Section.34(c).

TE3N is a suspense thriller set in Kolkata. Industry’s best actors Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui coming together in one film.

Story in detail:

It’s been 8 years since John Biswas (Amitabh Bachchan) lost his granddaughter, Angela, in a tragic kidnapping incident that scarred him & his wife Nancy forever. But eight years later, while the world has moved, John hasn’t given up his relentless quest for justice.

He continues to visit the police station where he’s shunned & ignored every day. The only person whose help he seeks is Martin Das (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), an ex-cop turned priest who has one thing in common with John – the death of Angela had a life altering impact on both men.

But then, 1 day, 8 years after that tragic incident, there’s another kidnapping & everything about it echoes of similarity with the kidnapping of Angela. Father Martin is once again dragged into the investigation by cop Sarita Sarkar (Vidya Balan).

TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Images of Army Personnel shown in TE3N do not identify their Command and Control Elements.

HINDI MOVIE TE3N OR TEEN

TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My Personal Experience of Childhood Abduction at age 3.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Army and Police Personnel may serve in Uniform. To know Identity of military personnel, one has to study their Command and Control Apparatus.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. In 1971-72 Bangladesh Ops, my Conduct was not governed by Army Act 1950, Section.34(c).On wholedude.com

DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA – REVELATION

My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to Resist the Evil Empire with or without the use of arms and ammunition. Victory in the Battlefield is not always predicted by the relative strengths of opposing forces.

TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Special Frontier Force destined me to unseal the mystery of Babylon, Revelation:18-1 to 24.It is my Destiny to Resist the Evil Power with or without arms and ammunition. On bhavanajagat.com

I use my Indian Army Picture ID image of 1972 to describe my connection with Doom Dooma,Tinsukia District, Assam, India. I unsealed the prophecy shared by Book of Revelation, Chapter 18 that gives detailed account of sudden, unexpected, downfall of Evil Empire  of Babylon in one day or even Single Hour.

TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My 1972 Indian Army Picture ID photo was taken in Photo Studio of Doom Dooma while I served in Special Frontier Force.On bhavanajagat.com
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to unseal the mystery of Babylon, Revelation:18-1 to 24.On bhavanajagat.com
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to discover answers within the covers of the Bible.Problems can be solved without the use of arms and ammunition. On bhavanajagat.com
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to find Courage to Resist the Evil Empire with or without arms and ammunition .On bhavanajagat.com
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to Resist Red Dragon’s Lust for Global Supremacy with or without the use of arms and ammunition.On bhavanajagat.com
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to unseal the prophecy of downfall of Evil Empire of Babylon. Revelation:18-1 to 24.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My military service in Doom Dooma destined me to unseal prophecy predicting downfall of Evil Empire code-named ‘BABYLON’. Revelation:18 – 1 to 24.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My Military Service in Dooma Dooma destined me to Unseal the Revelation Prophecy. Evil Empire will Fall with or without the use of arms and ammunition.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My Military Service in Doom Dooma Predestined this downfall of Babylon with or without the use of arms and ammunition.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Military Power and Military Tactics are not the deciding factors in the Battlefield. Revelation:18 – 1 to 24.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. Downfall of Evil Empire Babylon. Military Power and Military Tactics are not always the deciding factors in the Battlefield.
TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. My Military Service in Doom Dooma destined me to find answers for problems within the covers of the Bible. Hebrew Prophet Isaiah knew the answer.

My Indian Army Picture ID image taken in 1972 at Doom Dooma serves just one purpose; it unseals Revelation Prophecy and it helps me to announce, “BEIJING IS DOOMED.”

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

TE3N Movie Review – Indian Army vs Special Frontier Force. It discovers identity of Babylon, Evil Empire mentioned in Revelation, Chapter 18.
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