Complaint registered against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan over Anti-Army remarks
New Delhi, July 1: A complaint was registered against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan who was blamed for his anti-army remarks after Congress demands strict action. Azam Khan was blamed after he accused the Indian Army of misbehaving with the people in the Kashmir Valley. The Congress on Thursday has slammed Azam Khan stating that strict action should be taken against him so that such derogatory comments would never be made again.
Complaint registered against Azam Khan over anti-army remarks
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Defence expert Praful Bakshi stated, “It has turned into a design to blame the Army for everything in light of the fact that we are defenceless in replying back. Additionally, the Army has no open connection, thus, that is the motivation behind why everybody underestimates us. We don’t have spokespersons or pioneers coming and representing us, which is the reason we are targetted without fail. The Army is a taught and fair drive which lives by the Constitution. In this way, remarking on it ought to never be at the forefront of their thoughts. I trust that individuals who pass by patriotism make such comment. Something else, nobody can think so low.” Another Defence expert Colonel D.S. Dhillon charged Azam Khan and called his comment an attention stunt in a political setting.
Asserting that Azam Khan is getting a charge out of the flexibility of majority rule government in India, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer Subramanian Swamy on Thursday said hosted the Samajwadi Get-together pioneer put forth such an expression in any Muslim nation, he would have been decapitated. Recently, Khan swam into another discussion with articulations that seemed to make affirmations of assault against the Indian warriors. The remarks set off a furious response from the whole political clique.