BJP MP Nepal Singh’s Shocking Remark: There’s no Country Where Armymen Don’t Die

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New Delhi, Jan 2: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament Nepal Singh has sparked a row by saying that Army jawans are bound to die in battle field. Responding to a question about December 31 fidayeen attack on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp in Pulwama, Singh said there’s no country where armymen don’t die.

“They will die in Army everyday. Tell me one country where army personnel do not die. Even when a scuffle breaks out in a village, someone or the other gets injured. Tell me a medicine that can save lives,” Singh said.

“Tell us one thing that can make bullets ineffective, we will get that implemented,” he added.


Nepal Singh’s Bizarre Explanation

Sensing trouble, the BJP MP sought to clarify his statement and said that he had no intention to disregard the supreme sacrifice made by our soldiers. He said “scientists are working on a device which can save soldiers from bullets”.

Maine ye bola tha ki vaigyanik lage hue hain aur koi device dhoondh rahe hain ki koi goli aaye to lage nahin, sipaahi ka protection ho jaaye (I had said that scientists are working on looking for a device, using which a bullet can be turned ineffective and the soldier be saved),” he said.

In a pre-dawn strike on Sunday, at least five CRPF men were killed when heavily armed terrorists stormed the camp of the paramilitary force at Lethpora, Pulwama, south Africa. The attack was claimed by Pakistan-based Jaish-e- Mohammed (JeM).

Two terrorists, including a Class 10 student – son of a Jammu and Kashmir Police constable – was killed by security forces. The body of a third terrorist was found on Monday, January 1 from a four-storey building inside the CRPF camp.