Days after image of a person in Military uniform taking part within the farmers’ protest in Punjab’s Bathinda went viral, the intelligence companies have been making an attempt to determine his true identification and make sure if he’s a serving soldier or an imposter.
The event got here as Lt Gen HS Panag (retd), former GOC-in-C of Northern and Central Instructions, wrote on Twitter that the matter needs to be investigated. He added that the Military has clear guidelines in place as regards serving personnel collaborating in such occasions.
Notably, there’s nothing that bars ex-servicemen from collaborating in agitations.
“Not performed. Examine and take disciplinary motion. Military has clear guidelines and rules. No compromise,” he stated in two units of tweets.
In pictures, printed within the newspapers and shared a number of occasions on social media, the Sikh man is seen holding a placard which says “My father is a farmer. If he’s a terrorist then I’m additionally a terrorist”. He’s carrying a fight sample uniform with a jacket and a camouflaged scarf wrapped round his face. His apparel seems to be the usual Military uniform, which additionally shows a reputation tag on the jacket. He stood outdoors the Deputy Commissioner’s workplace in Bathinda on Monday.
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Other than this man, there is also a video circulating on social media during which two Military jawans holding a AK-47 kind weapon are talking with regard to the feedback by actor Kangana Ranaut on farmers, which attracted controversy.
Within the video, the jawan talking in Punjabi declares that they too are sons of farmers and won’t tolerate something incorrect being spoken about their moms.
Many ex-servicemen organisations in Punjab have began taking active part in the protests happening on the borders of Delhi. Whereas a bit of the ex-servicemen associations have introduced to return their medals, a number of the veterans’ associations workplace bearers spoken to denied that that they had any such intention.
In line with Capt Jaspal Singh of Indian Veterans Organisation, the physique has been taking full half within the farmers’ agitation. “At the same time as I’m talking with you, we’re a bunch of 1,000 ex-servicemen who’re headed in the direction of the Singhu border and have simply crossed Panipat. We’re taking full half within the farmers protest,” he stated.
The identification of the person in Military uniform hasn’t been ascertained but.