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  1. Maharashtra MLC Prashant Paricharak shocks with Indian Army comment at BJP rally, sparks outrage

Maharashtra MLC Prashant Paricharak shocks with Indian Army comment at BJP rally, sparks outrage

While addressing a rally, Paricharak talked about how army wives are unfaithful.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: February 19, 2017 2:44 PM
MLC leader, MLC leader Prashant Paricharak, Maharashtra neta shames Indian Army, Maharashtra MLC, Maharashtra legislative council Maharashtra Legislative Assembly building. (PTI)

Maharashtra neta Prashant Paricharak with his shocking comment on the Indian Army, stirred controversy. While addressing a rally, Paricharak talked about how army wives are unfaithful, he said, “Baby despite husband being away. Husband at border, wife has baby”, according to an India Today report. This comment comes in the wake of the stone pelting clash in Kashmir. Two days after Army Chief Bipin Rawat issued a stern warning to all the stone pelters in Kashmir when the operation against militants, where three soldiers were heavily stone-pelted at Parray Mohalla of Bandipore in the northern part of the region.

MLC leader, MLC leader Prashant Paricharak, Maharashtra neta shames Indian Army, Maharashtra MLC, Indian army shamed Prashant Paricharak. (Twitter)

On Friday, clashes erupted in Jammu and Kashmir’s capital Srinagar just days after the warning of army chief Bipin Rawat. The protests broke out after the days prayers as the youngsters waved the ISIS flags. This incident took place near Jama Masjid in Srinagar after the prayers were over and people were captured raising Pakistan’s flag and also pelted stones.

An Islamic State suicide bomber on Thursday struck inside a famed shrine in southern Pakistan killing at least 75 people in the deadliest attack in the country in more than two years. The incident was condemned at the international level including United Nations and the United States. Since the clashes in Jammu and Kashmir took place just one day after the attack, it is a big concern of the Indian government.

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Army chief Bipin Rawat in an interview said, “Those who obstruct our operations during encounters and are not supportive will be treated as overground workers of terrorists.” He gave these remarks after paying tribute to the army jawans who martyred in an encounter with terrorists in J&K on Tuesday. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also paid homage the soldiers, including a Major, who were martyred in two separate encounters.

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