Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat in hot waters over controversial political remarks
ISLAMABAD - Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat in hot waters over controversial political remarks.
After the strong reaction and demand of apology on controversial comments against protesters in support of Modi's regime initiative for passing Anti-Muslim law, Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has toned down its turgidity and announced to respect human rights of the people.
Army chief Bipin Rawat 's comments sparked strong reactions from opposition parties and defence analysts.
General Bipin Rawat criticized people leading protests over the new anti-Muslim law, stating that leadership is not about guiding masses to carry out arson and violence.
After General Rawat’s comments regarding the protests, the former Navy Chief Admiral L Ramdas responded to his criticism, saying that he was ‘wrong’ for commenting on political matters.
Other political leaders demanded an apology from the chief for his ‘indiscretion’ and for ‘directly indulging’ in condemning student protesters.