Politicians Should Be Chopped For Insulting The Army, Says Rajasthan Minister

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| July 10 , 2017 , 15:20 IST

Taking a strong stand against politicians criticizing the army, Rajasthan Minister Rajkumar Rinwa made a controversial statement, demanding a law to chop off the politicians making demeaning comments against the Indian Army.

The Rajasthan Minister in his statement to news agency ANI, said: “There should be a law to chop those politicians who make demeaning statements on the Army. These Soldiers serve the nation in every condition be it bad weather conditions or any such situation.”

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He said, “Whether the temperate is 50 degree Celsius or zero degrees, the Army officials continue to protect the country. It’s unfortunate when these politicians make such statements on army officials.”

Rinwa demanded to make this a provision in the Indian Constitution.

Demanding a quick reaction to these statements against the army, the Rajasthan politician said, “Politicians who make such statement should be finished off within five minutes without even registering a case on it.”

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Rinwa’s statement comes in line with recent uproar and heavy criticism against the Indian Army.

Just days before, Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan came in light with his controversial statement about Indian Army misbehaving with the people of Kashmir. The SP leader had said, “A fight is going on the border. But at one place, we hear women cutting off the private parts of soldiers. Such an act makes one think that there might have been a reason for doing so.”

Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit also criticised the Indian Army general in recent past, calling him a ‘sadak ka gunda’ (roadside goon).