Is it intrinsically means that these both are almost equal ?
Does "Kindly apologize.." always means "I kindly apologize.."
"Kindly apologize for the issue" can also mean "You kindly need to apologize for the issue"
Please throw some light on the usage and how it can be interpreted ?
This was put on an email thread at the bottom of the mail. I had checked few references but none of them gave a clear picture of the situation.