Indian army chief shows ‘Criminal Leadership’: Human Rights Watch

Indian army chief shows ‘Criminal Leadership’: Human Rights Watch
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SRINAGAR: Reacting to the statement of Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat on the issue of “Human Shield”, Human Rights Watch Executive Director Keneth Roth on Monday tweeted saying Indian Army Chief shows ‘Criminal Leadership”.
“Indian army chief shows criminal leadership, backing as “innovative” troops’ use of Kashmir man as a human shield,” Human Rights Watch Executive Director Keneth Roth tweeted.
On Sunday the Indian army chief had termed the “infamous” act of strapping a Kashmiri to an army Jeep as “innovative” and said that commending the Army officer was to boost the morale of his army which is fighting a “dirty war” in Kashmir.On April 9 on the day of Srinagar by-election, an army major Leetul Gogoi strapped a Kashmiri Shawl weaver to a front of an army Jeep as a human shield and paraded him through many villages in Beerwah area of Central part of Kashmir’s Budgam district.

One Response to "Indian army chief shows ‘Criminal Leadership’: Human Rights Watch"

  1. India   May 30, 2017 at 3:27 pm

    terrorist can not escape. do what ever you want to do.

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