The 'Galwan' tweet by Bollywood actress Richa Chadha has been proving dear to her, netizens on social media are not behind in criticising Richa over her reaction to Northern Army Commander Lt. General Upendra Dwivedi's statement.
New Delhi: The ‘Galwan’ tweet by Bollywood actress Richa Chadha has been proving dear to her. Netizens on social media are not behind in criticising Richa over her reaction to Northern Army Commander Lt. General Upendra Dwivedi’s statement, in which he mentioned that the Indian Army is ready to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). ‘Galwan says hi,’ the actress tweeted, making derogatory remarks against the Indian Army, which broke the netizens’ anger.
Currently, she has been trolled on social media for showing the Indian army down and demeaning the sacrifice made by soldiers in the 2020 Galwan border clash between India and China.
Former BJYM National Vice President Neeraj Jain slammed the actress and urged social media users to delete her account for making such an insulting remark about the Indian Army.
The commander of the Northern Army, Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi, said that the Indian Army is ready to fulfill any demand made by the Government of India.
“The military has always respected the military ceasefire understanding, and it is never broken; it serves both nations’ interests, but if it is broken, we are ready to respond appropriately,” Upendra Dwivedi added.
He made the statement because Defense Minister Rajnath Singh earlier asserted that reclaiming POK is the goal of India.
At least 20 Indian jawans sacrificed their lives against the Chinese PLA in Ladakh’s Galwan in June 2020. The Galwan Valley fight was the most lethal conflict between India and China in over four decades, and since then the relationship between the two nations has become bitter.