Richa Chadha Tweet: Actress Richa Chadha tweeted about the Indian Army, for which BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa targeted her. Demanded police action against Richa Chadha.
Richa Chadha Allegedly Mocks Indian Army: Bollywood actress Richa Chadha mocked the Army by tweeting a statement by Indian Army Northern Command Chief Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi. He is being criticized for this tweet about the actress.
Bharatiya Janata Party leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has demanded Mumbai police take action against Richa Chadha, calling her a third-class artiste, Congress supporter, and Rahul Gandhi worshipper.
Manjinder Singh targeted Richa Chadha
BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa first shared Richa Chadha’s tweet and wrote, “Shameful tweet. Should be retracted as soon as possible. It is not appropriate to insult our armed forces.” Later, on Thursday (November 24), Sirsa tweeted a video message targeting Richa Chadha. BJP leader Sirsa said in a video message, “Richa Chadha is a third-class Bollywood artiste and she is always at the forefront of offensive tweets against India and Congress supporter, a worshiper of Rahul Gandhi, such Richa Chadha. This time has done the demeaning of the Indian Army.”
Sirsa said more in the video message
Sirsa also said, “When the Army Northern Commander was asked what is your strategy on POK?” He simply said that whenever we are ordered, we can attack Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and put us back on the map. In such a situation Richa Chadha insults the Indian Army, mocks them, and asks them to remember Galvan, Galvan is also the glorious history of India. Of course 20 of our soldiers were martyred but we gave a befitting reply to China and among them, one Sikh soldier tried to kill more than a dozen Chinese army men with his bare hands. Thus, you make derogatory comments about those martyrs, and derogatory comments about the Indian army, I want to tell Mumbai police to take immediate action against this Richa Chadha, file a case as above so that such detractors can insult the Indian army, and raise their reputation against our Indian army. Can’t try to bring them down, they should respond appropriately.
What did Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi say?
“There is already a parliamentary resolution in this regard,” Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi, head of the Army’s Northern Command, said on Tuesday (November 22). Indian Army will obey any orders given by the Government and we will always be ready for such orders whenever they are given.