Chandigarh, January 30
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh known as Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Tarun Chugh’s remarks on his Army background “reprehensible”.
“What does the BJP or its management know of Army honour or the grace of the national flag, wherein the our bodies of our Punjabi brothers come wrapped from the borders each second day,” a press launch quoted him as saying.
“We in Punjab know the ache of seeing the our bodies of our sons and brothers, wrapped in the national flag, come dwelling each second day,” he stated, including that the BJP clearly has no empathy or sensitivity in the direction of the troopers dropping their lives to guard India’s honour and integrity.
Neither Chugh nor his celebration may relate to the anguish of these very troopers on seeing their farmer fathers and brothers being crushed up and tear-gassed whereas preventing for his or her rights, stated the Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister slammed Chugh for intentionally spreading lies on a difficulty referring to the honour of Indian troopers preventing for the security and safety of the nation at the borders. Lambasting the BJP national basic secretary over his remarks on the ‘Republic Day grace’, he stated the BJP, which had systematically ripped the Constitutional cloth aside over the previous 6 years and most notably over the draconian Farm Laws, had misplaced all ethical and moral proper to speak of the honour of the R-day.
“What was incorrect in my assertion that ‘maligning the farmers’ (for the Red Fort violence) may trigger the morale of the armed forces, 20 per centof which is from Punjab, to go down? How does that quantity to insulting the Republic Day grace and my very own Army background?” requested an indignant Amarinder, hitting out at Chugh for deceptive the folks with baseless allegations.
“What occurred to the grace of the R-day when the central authorities, which the BJP leads, trampled over the federal and Constitutional rights of the states to unilaterally herald the Farm Ordinances with out consulting anybody? Where is the grace in letting the poor farmers, who’re feeding you together with the billion plus folks of India day by day, shiver out in the chilly on the roads, with many of them dying on the market?”