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Why Congress’ idea of reversing Agniveer is dangerous

“Why Congress’ idea of reversing Agniveer is dangerous”, Swarajyamag, February 28, 2024:

“The Congress party ought to refrain from politicising the recruitment process of the Indian Armed Forces.

Day before yesterday, (26 February), Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge wrote to President Droupadi Murmu, demanding the withdrawal of the recently introduced Agniveer scheme in the armed forces.

He said that the scheme is gross injustice to the youngsters and promised to reinstate the old recruitment system if Congress comes back to power, potentially reversing the advancements made over the past two years.

With these statements on Agniveer, the Congress has wandered into domains with serious national security consequences……”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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