BJP calls for a police investigation into Richa Chadha's tweet about Galwan

Manjinder Singh Sirsa, the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has slammed Bollywood actress Richa Chadha . Chadha referred to the statement by Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedis .

Manjinder Singh Sirsa, the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has slammed Bollywood actress Richa Chadha, causing a police lawsuit against her for her reaction to an Indian Army's statement.Chadha, according to a video statement published on Thursday, is a third-graded actress in Bollywood.She is well-known for her defamatory tweets against India.She is a Rahul Gandhi fanatic and follower in the Congress.

She must be disciplined for her conduct, according to BJP leader Sirsa.This is a clear disrespect for the Indian army and those who lost their lives in Galwan, and she should have been punished for her tweet.In a tweet, the actress referred to the statement by Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedis, saying the Army is able to take back Pakistan Occupied Kashmir if the government issues the summons.Galwan says hi to the actor on Wednesday, tweeting an Army Officers statement.

Sirsa said in his tweet that insulting our armed forces is wrong.In the year 2020, a clash between Indian and Chinese troops took place in Galwan valley in Ladakh.The clash occurred in Ladakh, where Chinese forces made aggressive moves and invaded the disputed area of Indian territory, killing 20 Indian soldiers.In a previous speech to Defence Ministers, Lt. General Upendra Dwivedis reiterated New Delhi's resolve to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), stating that all refugees will get their land and homes back.

We will always be prepared for such orders when we are given.The military is always prepared to make sure that the ceasefire agreement is never broken as it is in the best interest of both countries, but if it is broken at any point, we will give them a relevant response, said Dwivedi, the Northern Army Commander on the ceasefire agreement between India and Pakistan.

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