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BJP slams Sandeep Dikshit for insulting Army Chief Bipin Rawat, demands his expulsion

Lashing out at Congress pioneer Sandeep Dikshit's 'sadak ka gunda' comment for Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday while denouncing the same, attested that such frightful proclamations will be 'equitably dismisses'. 

Remarking on the Congress Party's "pattern" of occasionally assaulting the Indian Army, BJP pioneer Sambit Patra, while requesting an expression of remorse from Party President Sonia Gandhi said such pioneers ought to be removed promptly. "In the first place it was Rahul Gandhi who talked about 'khoon ki dalali'. Tailing him was Sanjay Nirupam, who requested confirmation post the surgical strike completed by the Army. In the most recent to join this temporary fad is Sandeep Dikshit, with his harmful and horrifying explanation. Sonia Gandhi ought to remove such pioneers and apologize for the demonstration," Patra told ANI. 

Reverberating a comparative position, BJP representative GVL Narasimha Rao descended intensely on the Congress' 'track two legislative issues', asserting that this "disgusting" remark was a pre-arranged move by the 'Rahul Gandhi detachment'. "There are a few government officials and pseudo-learned people who just need to support the spirit of the Pakistani military and belittle our Army by putting forth such condemnable expressions. This is not the dialect a parliamentarian must utilize. This obviously demonstrates it was no arbitrary remark; it was a pre-arranged political move by the Congress Party. This remark highlights their against national soul," affirmed Rao. 

Prior, General Rawat while communicating the Indian Army's readiness to counter both outer and inside dangers of the nation had said that the last was completely prepared for a 'more than two front war'. In lieu of this, Sandeep Dikshit on Sunday had said that the Army Chief shouldn't make articulations like a 'sadak ka gunda' (a roadside hooligan). 

While this remark gathered antagonism from politicos the nation over, Dikshit consequently pulled back his announcement and apologized for the same. "I truly accept what I said wasn't right. So I apologize for it and pull back my announcement," said Dikshit.

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