There are certain mistakes in life which are unforgivable and Paricharak’s humiliation of the military is one such mistake.
Is something seriously wrong with our country? BJP MLC Prashant Paricharak openly insulted all our army men and their wives and he still continues in the party, which talks of patriotism!! There is no sense of outrage!! Have our souls deadened so much?? Have we become so selfish as a nation? Is one third-rate legislator, who raised a question mark on the paternity of the children of all men in the armed forces, more important to the BJP than the prestige of our armed forces? Will the Devendra Phadnavis govt collapse if Paricharak is summarily sacked from the party? Who are the people who decided to revoke his suspension from the Maharashtra legislature?
The continuance of Paricharak in the party is a continuing insult to not only the armed forces but to all patriotic Indians.
Even Pakistan respects our armed forces, but not this so-called leader of the BJP. This man did tender an apology for his public speech in Solapur in which he cast aspersions on the children of our men in uniform. But there are certain mistakes in life which are unforgivable and Paricharak’s humiliation of the military is one such mistake. He is a full-grown adult and ought to have known what he is speaking. Such a serious issue cannot be given a quiet burial with a mere apology.
Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, founder of the Bharatiya Jan Sangh and before that a member of Pandit Nehru’s cabinet, had died fighting for Kashmir and now the party (in its new avatar as the BJP) has a legislator who is worse than a pig. What a fall my friends!! The continuance of Paricharak in the party is a continuing insult to not only the armed forces but to all patriotic Indians.
An objectionable person like Paricharak should have no place not only in the BJP but in any party for that matter. Such persons should have no place in public life. Jai Hind!!!
1. The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of PGurus.