Does Everybody deserve the tricolour as a shroud ?

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Recently, popular film actress passed away. The entire nation was in tears. But the popular face, being honored with The Padma Shri was wrapped in The Tricolor, while being taken to the crematory. Many popular celebrities have been honoured with the Padma Shri for their service for our country. While they deserve the respect that they have earned by their hardwork, at the end of the day, they are doing their jobs, whereas our soldiers are giving up their sweat and blood day and night on mediocre salaries. The Tricolor being used in shroud (verb : /wrap or dress (a body) in a shroud for burial. ) is the highest form of respect any citizen of India can have at the time of death. The martyrs of our country who died trying to protect us, are the only ones who deserve this form of respect and not everybody. We taxpayers, government officials are all serving this nation in one form or the other. But the soldiers, who have become martyrs in the name of our safety are the ones who gave their life in the true sense. Thus they are the ones who solely deserve this form of respect along with the great scientists who passed away ( such as Former ISRO chairman UR Rao, the man behind India’s 1st satellite Aryabhatta, on July 24th , 2017 and Dr Yash Pal, 90, who died on July 25th, belonged to an era of scientists who espoused ‘Make In India’ decades before it became a politico-marketing cliché, being awarded both the Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhusan ) are the ones who also deserve this form of respect.   

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