Bihar BJP MLA Hari Bhushan Thakur has reacted to the protest against the ‘Agneepath’ scheme happening across the country. He said that those who are opposing this plan are anti-national and people of jihadi mindset. Sharing the video of Hari Bhushan’s statement on Twitter, composer Vishal Dadlani reacted sharply.
In the video, Hari Bhushan is saying, “Those who are anti-national and people of jihadi mindset are opposing the Agneepath scheme. This is not a job, service in the army is done by giving a head. Patriotism is not a cheap thing.”
Responding to BJP MLA’s remark, Vishal Dadlani tweeted, “Whoever asks questions, is jihadi. Dare to bulldoze their houses?”
Apart from this, Vishal made another tweet. In which he wrote, “Every industrialist who says they will hire the highly-disciplined #Agniveer should back up this statement with:
- Number of ex-Forces personnel hired annually so far, with positions & salaries.
- The actual number of jobs they commit to providing for this purpose annually.”
In another tweet, Vishal tweeted questioning Nirmala Sitaraman. In which he wrote, “Have a question for @nsitharaman apropos her proposition for banks to absorb some of the jawaans who are abandoned after 4 yrs in the Army. How many push-ups must a bank-clerk be able to do? In other words, what is the overlap of qualifications between the two jobs, Ma’am?”
Let us tell you that many people of the film industry are questioning the government regarding this scheme. Kunal Kamra, Prakash Raj, comedian Rajiv Nigam have also surrounded the government regarding this matter. In fact, after the completion of four years in the service of Agniveers, some ministers of the government counted odd jobs. About which the Modi government is being constantly questioned.
Everyone is criticising the statements given by the BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and BJP leader Kishan Reddy. Kailash Vijayvargiya said that in future, priority will be given to Agniveers for the security of the party office. Apart from these, Kishan Reddy said that Agniveers would be trained as barbers, washermen, drivers, electricians.