MDMK General Secretary Vaiko has severely condemned the Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat for indirectly criticizing the opposition parties over the protests against the Civil Rights Act.
In his statement, the Commander-in-Chief, in this 70-year history of Republic India, stated that none had not intervened or commented on domestic issues and political affairs.
But Indian Army Commander Bipin Rawat today condemned the opposition’s portrayal of students who are fighting against the civil rights amendment as “violent” and “indirectly criticizing opposition leaders for not leading leaders.”
He said that Bibin Rawat had violated the rules, regulations and traditions set by the government for uniformed officers and uniformed officers. Vaiko urged Bipin Rawat to immediately apologize to the people.