Agnipath Scheme - New Experiment of Prime Minister's Laboratory


New Delhi: Protests against the Indian government's "Agnipath Scheme" to train 'Agnivars' continue unabated. This scheme is being condemned by various sections of the society across the country. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi criticized the central scheme, tweeting, "Every year 60,000 soldiers retire, out of which only 3,000 are getting government jobs. What is the future of thousands of 'Agniveers' who retire on 4-year contracts?" What will happen? Both the security of the country and the future of the youth are at stake with this new experiment of the Prime Minister's laboratory. The Agnipath scheme is a figment of RSS's imagination as the RSS 'Agnivur' wants to take over the army and start Nazi rule in India. It is very likely that the Indian government will use 'Agnivir' to crush minorities. will use The so-called Hindu Religious Parliament (Dharma Sansad) has asked Hindus to buy the latest version of weapons to carry out genocide against the Muslim population. 2.5 lakh people who have been placed in Agnipath, will then be RSS workers. This is the secret agenda of the RSS and the remaining 75% that will be sent out after four years will spread to the rest of India. RSS wants to take control of the army. Analyst Sushant Singh said the new army recruitment plan could have "disastrous consequences". According to Singh, the military proposal would also have a direct impact on Indian society, which has been plagued by hate speech and attacks on Muslims and other minorities by right-wing Hindu groups in India since Modi came to power in 2014. has seen an increase. 5 lakh people who have been placed in Agnipath, will then be RSS workers. This is the secret agenda of the RSS and the remaining 75% that will be sent out after four years will spread to the rest of India. RSS wants to take control of the army. Analyst Sushant Singh said the new army recruitment plan could have "disastrous consequences". According to Singh, the military proposal would also have a direct impact on Indian society, which has been plagued by hate speech and attacks on Muslims and other minorities by right-wing Hindu groups in India since Modi came to power in 2014. has seen an increase. 5 lakh people who have been placed in Agnipath, will then be RSS workers. This is the secret agenda of the RSS and the remaining 75% which will be sent out after four years will spread to the rest of India. RSS wants to take control of the army. Analyst Sushant Singh said the new army recruitment plan could have "disastrous consequences". According to Singh, the military proposal would also have a direct impact on Indian society, which has been plagued by hate speech and attacks on Muslims and other minorities by right-wing Hindu groups in India since Modi came to power in 2014. has seen an increase.