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And?

There was an AAP ex-soldier who was supporting Kashmiri terrorists.
We are smart enough to realize which govt works for soldiers and which govt kills them.

FYI, the first thing Modi did after coming to power was give OROP, which arrears, where as the opposition didn't give it for decades.
 

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A former soldier’s wife, shaken by the recent attacks on Indian troops by Pakistan, has sent a 56-inch blouse to the PM in an apparent reference to claims that he had a 56-inch chest, largely seen as a symbol of courage. (File Photo)

A former soldier’s wife, shaken by recent attacks on Indian troops by Pakistan, has sent a 56-inch blouse to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an apparent reference to claims that he had a 56-inch chest, largely seen as a symbol of courage. In a letter to the prime minister, Suman Singh, wife of ex-armyman Dharamvir Singh, reminded Modi that the Bharatiya Janata Party had before the 2014 Lok Sabha polls claimed if it came to power, Pakistan would not “dare” attack Indian soldiers. “But the situation is even worse now,” she wrote.

Her husband told reporters in Fatehabad that the letter addressed to the Prime Minister, along with the blouse, had been submitted to the Zila Sainik Board in Fatehabad. Dharamvir, who claimed he was a former district observer of the Aam Aadmi Party, said he had served in the Army from December 1991 to 2007 and retired as a havaldar. Being an ex-army man’s wife, he said, Suman had expressed anguish at the recent spate of killings.

“She told me that women send their sons, brothers, husbands to the border to defend their motherland and not to get beheaded and get pelted with stones. Where has the 56-inch chest gone now, she asked,” the Fatehabad resident said.

The ex-serviceman was asked if the gesture could be seen as an insult to the office of the prime minister. “You tell me one thing — are we not being insulted? Our prime minister used to say never ever will our soldiers have to go through what they went through before. But what is happening under the present regime is even worse,” he said.

Suman wrote in her letter that videos had surfaced “in which our soldiers are seen being slapped, humiliated and pelted with stones”. Two soldiers were beheaded by Pakistan, she wrote. She referred to Lance Naik Hemraj, who was beheaded by Pakistan’s Border Action Team in January, 2013.

“At the time of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, we felt that no more of our soldiers will be beheaded like Hemraj and enemy will think ten times before doing such action, but they have been repeated,” the letter said.

She urged the PM to give the Army a “free hand” to tackle the situation on the border. “The way the hands of our soldiers are tied they are unable to take the situation head on, which is most unfortunate,” she wrote.

Dharamvir said he was deployed in Jammu and Kashmir for over 11 years. “I was part of several counter insurgency operations. I also got the Sena Medal from the President on two occasions. My son is also preparing to join the forces,” he said.

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Cheap political tactics.
Well, who is surprised?
This is the latest in series of attempts by the "secular kabal" which is now actively targeting our military.

Remember the "secular" comment by "secular" Akhilesh Yadav - the UP ke ladke about martyrs from Gujarat. Yeah, it hit the "secular kabal" right in the buttocks. They know they have lost Gujarat elections to BJP long before the campaign due to this UP Ke ladke and hence this tactic.

Let them expose themselves. Couple of weeks back. One of the AAPtard ex-serviceman was actually supporting Kashmiri terrorists over our own lads. It was disgusting to even imagine such filth coming from some one who served. I don't know what happens to these people when they join this "secular Kabal"!
 

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Fatehabad (Haryana), May 12: A former soldier's wife, shaken by recent attacks on Indian troops by Pakistan, has sent a 56-inch blouse to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an apparent reference to claims that he had a 56-inch chest, largely seen as a symbol of courage.


In a letter to the prime minister, Suman Singh, wife of ex-armyman Dharamvir Singh, reminded Modi that the Bharatiya Janata Party had before the 2014 Lok Sabha polls claimed if it came to power, Pakistan would not "dare" attack Indian soldiers. "But the situation is even worse now," she wrote. Her husband told reporters here that the letter addressed to the Prime Minister, along with the blouse, had been submitted to the Zila Sainik Board in Fatehabad.


Dharamvir, who claimed he was a former district observer of the Aam Aadmi Party, said he had served in the Army from December 1991 to 2007 and retired as a havaldar. Being an ex-army man's wife, he said, Suman had expressed anguish at the recent spate of killings.


"She told me that women send their sons, brothers, husbands to the border to defend their motherland and not to get beheaded and get pelted with stones. Where has the 56-inch chest gone now, she asked," the Fatehabad resident said. The ex-serviceman was asked if the gesture could be seen as an insult to the office of the prime minister. "You tell me one thing -- are we not being insulted? Our prime minister used to say never ever will our soldiers have to go through what they went through before. But what is happening under the present regime is even worse," he said.


Suman wrote in her letter that videos had surfaced "in which our soldiers are seen being slapped, humiliated and pelted with stones". Two soldiers were beheaded by Pakistan, she wrote. She referred to Lance Naik Hemraj, who was beheaded by Pakistan's Border Action Team in January, 2013.


"At the time of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, we felt that no more of our soldiers will be beheaded like Hemraj and enemy will think ten times before doing such action, but they have been repeated," the letter said. She urged the PM to give the Army a "free hand" to tackle the situation on the border. "The way the hands of our soldiers are tied they are unable to take the situation head on, which is most unfortunate," she wrote.


Dharamvir said he was deployed in Jammu and Kashmir for over 11 years. "I was part of several counter insurgency operations. I also got the Sena Medal from the President on two occasions. My son is also preparing to join the forces," he said.
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56 inches blouse :rofl: :rofl:
 

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India has taken sentiments of its public to a point where they cannot show them path of peace anymore. Fake news, lies, allegations and propaganda has left Indian leadership no choice but to receive such gifts and then react in madness.

But ask your soldiers to come and try crossing the border and receive what awaits on this side for them. :pop:
 

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the lady is actually an ISI operator who is emotionally black mailing modi to start a war with pakistan.
 

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If Modi really did what he claimed he did - Surgical strike, why is he dormant now, when his own right wingers want him to take a revenge?
 

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If she has done this to gain political score instigated by someone then its disgusting, and if she has some genuine grievances then there is proper mechanism to deal with it by following proper procedure
 

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