Bollywood actress Richa Chadha is fiercely coming under the target of people on social media. Whatever he said about the Indian Army, there is a lot of anger among the people. Along with this, a demand has been made to register an FIR against the actress. Seeing so much ruckus, Richa Chadha had to apologize for her statement. He wrote in tweeting, "This can never be my intention, yet if my 3 words dragged into controversies have hurt anyone, I apologize and would also like to say that even if my words were unintentional. If this feeling has been created in my brothers in the army, then I will be very sorry.
He further wrote, "My maternal grandfather played an important role in this army. Being a lieutenant colonel, he was shot in the leg in 1960. My maternal uncle was a paratrooper. It is in my blood. When a son protects this country If someone is martyred or even injured, it affects my entire family and I personally know how it feels. It is an emotional issue for me as well."
Which 3 words did Richa say?
Actress Richa Chadha commented on the statement of an Indian Army officer. In fact, the Indian Army officer, Commanding-in-Chief of the Northern Command, Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi had given a statement regarding Pakistan-administered Kashmir. He had said that the Army is ready to act on "PoK" whenever the Government of India orders. A Twitter user named Baba Banaras tweeted this statement of the military officer. Richa Chadha retweeted it saying, "Galway says hi (remember Galway)." After this, she was accused of questioning the capability of the army by reminding her of the Galvan Valley incident.
Who demanded registration of FIR?
Filmmaker Ashok Pandit has demanded the registration of an FIR against the actress in Mumbai. He said, "The way Richa Chadha has made fun of the sacrifice made by our security forces in the Galvan Valley, many people of the country have been hurt. I have come to the police station and given a letter that a complaint against FIR should be registered." Ashok Pandit has said this at Juhu Police Station in Mumbai.