putnanja wrote:Prabhu Chawla is slightly pro-Bjp. That is not dupatta's rag
Prabhu Chawla is whole-sole dienasty man. He has made lot of money from DLF deals through Vadra.
As you see suddenly on the panels of newschannels people like Akshay Dubey the journalists, it was prabhu chawla who suggested rahul gandhi to hire professional journalists instead of depending upon congi spokespersons.
When NaMo was elected as PM candidate for BJP, it was prabhu chawla crying "our indian tradition of respecting the old people is not being followed..." whenever he was pointed out about "sonia shutting kesari in toilet and having old kesari lifted thrown on the footpath..." he would get angry.
Union Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has finally broken his silence over the issue of next Army Chief Lt Gen Dalbir Singh, saying the NDA government fully defends his appointment. Addressing the Rajya Sabha, Jaitley dismissed the controversy over former Army Chief and MoS V K Singh’s statement accusing Dalbir Singh of protecting a unit that “kills innocents”.
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The Defence Minister further said that such issues may not be raised as some domains must be kept outside politics. The statement from Jaitley came even as the Congress made attempts to corner the government over the issue, demanding the resignation of V K Singh.
Singh had on Tuesday attacked Army chief designate Dalbir Singh, accusing him of trying to protect a unit that “kills innocents,” and “does dacoity”.
In a direct attack on Lt Gen Dalbir Singh, who has incidentally been given a go-ahead by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley to take over as the Army Chief on July 31, Singh tweeted: “If unit kills innocents, does dacoity and then head of organization tries to protect them, should he not be blamed? Criminals should go free!!’
Singh is a Minister of State with Development of North Eastern Region (independent charge), External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs as his portfolios.
In its affidavit to the Supreme Court on Monday, the Ministry of Defence had defended Suhag’s promotion and described the disciplinary ban on him by Singh as Army chief as “illegal”, “extraneous” and “premeditated”. It also said the the disciplinary proceedings against Suhag between April and May 2012 by Singh was “without any basis or material on record”.