Rajasthan Devasthan state minister Raj Kumar Rinwa sparked a controversy, saying that “there should be a law to chop those politicians who make statements against Indian Army.”
Referring to Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan’s statement sans taking his name, the minister said it is unfortunate that a few politicians make such cheap statement. He said there should a law in the constitution that these politicians should be chopped within five minutes who speak against Indian army personnel who performed their duties under tough conditions on the border.
While abusing those politicians, Rinwa said that if someone chops such politicians, no criminal case should be filed against that person.
The SP leader had kicked up a row recently with his comments that "excesses by security forces had led women in some places chopping off the private parts of Army men.