Is Bipin Rawat – the Indian Army Chief trying to ape the COAS (Chief of Army Staff) of the Pakistan Army? The COAS of Pakistan have been known to be powerful and making threatening statement compared to the Indian Army chiefs. Professor Soz has also criticised General Bipin Rawat, for trespassing constitutional limits by “creating havoc in country’s constitution and its democratic polity.”
According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), Professor Saifuddin Soz in a statement issued in Srinagar said
“I feel sad that the well-established institutions and their sphere of activities that have also been well defined in the past have now started getting trespassed by some people who refuse to appreciate the provisions of the constitution of India, both in letter and in spirit.”
“To cite a case in point is the sustained rhetoric of General Rawat who feels free to comment on situations of political nature and the General’s remarks often carry implications for the society, at large.”
Soz stated that Bipin Rawat tries to set a new trend that he is not obliged by the Rules of Business indicated for him, in the warrant of his appointment. It has never been the case at any point in time since India’s independence.
He regretted that Indian opposition was not taking any notice of the Bipin Rawat’s rhetoric which exhibits India in poor light, globally, he said. “I feel doubly sad that ministers after ministers in the Modi government have started accepting the Modi rhetoric on issues simply because they think that the rhetoric might help them at the hustling”.
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