Richa Chadda, who is being trolled fiercely for her statement about the army, now apologizes; know what was written

Bollywood actress Richa Chadha has publicly apologized after deleting a controversial tweet. He referred to the 2020 Galwan clash while reacting offensively to a top army commander’s statement to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). In her apology message, she said, “This could never have been my intention. I apologize if my words hurt anyone. I also say that even if unintentionally my words hurt someone’s feelings If it is, I will feel sorry for it. I have brothers in the army. My own grandfather has been a part of it.”

Let us tell you that Richa Chadha had posted a controversial post on the statement of Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi in which he said that the army will always respond to any order of the government to take back parts of Pakistan’s illegally occupied Kashmir. is ready. Will give them a befitting reply. Sharing the commander’s statement, Richa Chadha wrote on Twitter, “Galwan says hi.”

This tweet of Richa Chadda went viral. Many people called it shameful. In her apology, Richa Chadha said that her maternal grandfather, who was a lieutenant colonel, was shot in the leg in the Indo-China war. My maternal uncle was a paratrooper. It’s in my blood. When a son is martyred, the whole family is affected. Even if someone gets injured while saving the country, it affects the family. I know personally how it feels. It is an emotional issue for me.”

The BJP has condemned Richa Chadda’s tweet in a video statement. The BJP said, “India and Indians respect the army and the armed forces. When our army chief says something, we respect it. It is unfortunate that someone decides to make fun of the army by posting something on social media.” ”

Twenty Indian soldiers were martyred for the country in the Galvan clash in June 2020. More than 40 Chinese soldiers were killed in that incident. After this tension arose between the two countries.

Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi made his statement while reacting to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks stressing the government’s resolve to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). He had said, “As far as the Indian Army is concerned, it will obey any order given by the Government of India. Whenever such orders are given, we will always be ready for it. The Army will always be ready to ensure that The ceasefire should never be broken. It is in the interest of both the countries. If it is broken at any point of time, we will give a befitting reply to them.”

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