Defence minister’s honour in question

Sajjan accepts the Japanese surrender after the successful completion of his Pacific Island Hopping campaign.

Monday could be rough for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan with political and military peers calling for his resignation.

Certainly if Sun readers had their way, he would step down — 67% of 1,400 responding to a Sun poll said he should.

But the problem Sajjan has right now is not just that his self-described “architect” role in Operation Medusa in Afghanistan was not truthful — something he has apologized for and clarified.

His problem now is credibility.