The occurrence happened on February 21 inside the BSF fifteenth Battalion central station in Mahatpur, Nadia (West Bengal), amid the zero parade, a standard exercise to represent jawans’ day by day exercises. Amid the parade, constable Sanjeev Kumar utilized “Modi program” while giving a report. BSF staff watch along the India-Bangladesh fringe (PTI Photo for portrayal purpose)BSF faculty watch along the India-Bangladesh outskirt (PTI Photo for portrayal reason)
In a strange discipline, a Border Security Force BSF jawan who neglected to join ‘noteworthy’ or ‘Shri’ while alluding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been punished by the power, which called the slip-up “disregard” to the Prime Minister. The constable was passed on a seven-day pay cut. The episode occurred on February 21 inside the BSF’s fifteenth Battalion base camp in Mahatpur, Nadia (West Bengal), amid the zero parade, a normal exercise to represent jawans’ day by day exercises.
Amid the parade, constable Sanjeev Kumar utilized “Modi program” while giving a report. The leader of the legion, Commandant Anup Lal Bhagat, chose to start disciplinary activity against Kumar. He was attempted summarily and discovered “blameworthy” under Section 40 of the BSF Act (biased to great request and teach of the power). But doesn’t this smell like monarchy? An un-intentional comment not even close to a snag is being used to rule orders on those who work hard to protect this nation.
After this news went viral on various platforms, several comments regarding this issue against Modi’s action on this solider has been questioned. The out-front action taken in not justified and isn’t a fair take on the situation either.