Central defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday held a meeting with the opposition parties and made a presentation about the Agneepath scheme. MPs of some opposition parties raised their objection to the plan and demanded its withdrawal. Congress leader Manish Tewari is seen in a rebel attitude these days. He refused to sign the opposition parties’ protest letter over the “Agneepath scheme”.
Plan The opposition parties also submitted a memorandum to the Union Minister, which was signed by all the MPs except Congress leader Manish Tewari. Manish Tewari verbally supported the opposition to the Agneepath plan, but he refused to sign the letter. He said that he was in favor of modernization of the army but against the implementation of Agneepath.
this letter It was signed by six opposition MPs including Congress’s Shaktisinh Gohil, Trinamool Congress’s Sudip Bandyopadhyay and Saugata Roy, Nationalist Congress Party’s Supriya Sule and Rashtriya Janata Dal’s AD Singh. According to sources, Shakti Singh Gohil demanded the withdrawal of the plan citing its criticism by experts and excellent soldiers.
Manish Tiwari (Manish Tewari) said that this would affect the morale of the forces. He said that it should be started as a pilot project and trained people should be recruited in the army. The Defense Committee, headed by Rajnath Singh, has 20 members, including 13 members from the Lok Sabha and about 7 members from the Rajya Sabha.