Richa Chadha gets a scathing reply from ex-Deputy Chief of Integrated Defense Staff Lt Gen Dhillon

Bollywood actress Richa Chadha on Thursday issued a statement offering an apology after facing massive backlash for her derogatory tweet insulting and mocking the Indian Army and Galwan martyrs in particular. Following this, the actor received an overwhelming response from people from all walks of life, especially army veterans. Now, Lt Gen Kanwal Jeet Singh […]
 


Bollywood actress Richa Chadha on Thursday issued a statement offering an apology after facing massive backlash for her derogatory tweet insulting and mocking the Indian Army and Galwan martyrs in particular. Following this, the actor received an overwhelming response from people from all walks of life, especially army veterans. Now, Lt Gen Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon has hit back at Chadha for his objectionable remarks, saluting the Galwan bravehearts and saying, “Aap nahi samghenge ma’am.”
Lt Gen KJS Dhillon tweeted:
Lieutenant General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon is a retired General Officer of the Indian Army. He served as Director General Defense Intelligence Agency and Deputy Chief of Integrated Defense Staff (Intelligence) under the Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) from 9 March 2020 to 31 January 2022.
He last served as the Director General Defense Intelligence Agency and Deputy Chief of the Integrated Defense Staff (Intelligence) under the Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), before taking over as the 48th Commander of the XV Corps of the Indian Army. did. From Lt Gen Anil Kumar Bhatt.
Sometime back, Major Gaurav Arya (retd) criticized Chadha after her derogatory tweet, and said that it was a publicity stunt otherwise she would have been “another Bollywood actress that no one knows.” “This woman made the comment. When the pressure got too much, she shut her mouth and then she got scared and deleted the tweet. Then, there was an apology which was a whole ploy to throw the victim card,” Major Arya said, he has never seen any successful Bollywood personality disrespecting security forces as they are busy with their ‘work’.
He asked Richa Chadha what she meant by the tweet on Galvan. “In all likelihood, this is something many people in the film industry resort to. I am not saying all this. They say something to gain publicity. I didn’t know Richa Chadha, but now I know her name I know. I think this is what this woman was trying to get at.”
Chadha faced backlash for his scathing remarks, which mocked India’s Galwan martyrs. Several other veterans of the army also criticized him for his remarks against the army.
Defense stalwarts lash out at Richa Chadha
Defense expert Brigadier Anil Gupta (retd) in an exclusive conversation with Republic said, “By making such comments Richa Chadha has proved that she not only lacks common sense but common sense as well. She has to feel that Must have mocked the great.” The Indian Army has won all the battles it has fought and Galwan is being studied by other foreign armies as a classic battle, a battle in which unarmed soldiers took on the mighty Chinese and not only killed but captured them. Took too. Despite the fact, she’s making fun of it.”
“Also, I would like to tell you, no General will ever say when asked if he can capture PoK because they are prepared for that. Making fun of Northern Commander Chief’s statement and comparing PoK to Galwan, I think Richa Chadha has proved that she is dumb.This dumb actress does not know that her statement will cause pain to the families of the martyrs.After all those 20 jawans and Col B. their motherland.I think it It is condemnable and he should apologize to the entire nation and if not strict action is needed against him, said Brig Gupta (Retd).
Earlier, Chadha had courted a major controversy over his tweet, where he insulted and mocked the martyrs of the Indian Army who made the supreme sacrifice in the Galwan clash against the People’s Liberation Army of China. Responding to Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi’s comment where he said the Indian Army is fully prepared to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Chadha took a dig and wrote ‘Galwan sej hi’.
First Published: November 24, 2022 23:39 IST