Enraged by Yogi’s ‘Modiji ki Sena’ Comment, Ex-Navy Chief to Device Election Price

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    Enraged by Yogi’s ‘Modiji ki Sena’ Comment, Ex-Navy Chief to Device Election Price


    Former Navy Chief Admiral L Ramdas stated the navy assemble now now not belong to any particular particular person and claimed that many veterans and these in the service were upset over it.

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    Up in the past:April 2, 2019, 11: 48 AM IST

    Enraged by Yogi's 'Modiji ki Sena' Comment, Ex-Navy Chief to Approach Election Commission
    Former Navy Chief Admiral L Ramdas. (Image: Youtube)
    Unique Delhi:

    Former Navy Chief Admiral L Ramdas on Monday stated he would capacity the

    Election

    Price in opposition to

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

    who referred to the Indian Army as “Modiji ki sena (Modi’s military)”.

    He stated the navy assemble now now not belong to any particular particular person and claimed that many veterans and these in the service were upset over it.

    “The navy assemble now now not belong to anybody particular particular person, they relief the country. Till the polls fetch over, the Chief Election Commissioner is the boss. I may capacity the

    Election Price

    on this regard,” Admiral Ramdas stated.

    Addressing a rally in Ghaziabad on Sunday, Adityanath referred to the Indian Army as “Modiji ki sena”, which resulted in a political storm with entertaining reactions from the opposition.

    The remarks be pleased moreover now now not long gone down properly with the defense force with sources indicating that it used to be “upset”.

    Lt Gen (retd) H S Panag moreover stated the comments did now now not reach as a surprise as such remarks be pleased been made by politicians over the final five years in an strive and hyperlink nationalism with the navy.

    “Such comments consequence in politicisation of the Army,” Panag stated. He, nonetheless, maintained that the Army stays apolitical.

    The Election Price moreover took cognizance of Adityanath’s remarks and sought a document from Ghaziabad district administration on this regard.

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