Those Who Misbehave With Our Soldiers Should Be ‘Shot Dead’ – Yogeshwar Dutt

The Sonipat wrestler joined Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag with a statement over the viral misbehaving video

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Our soldiers are our pride and people who misbehave with them are to be punished and that was what Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag said a few days ago and that is exactly what an outrageous Yogeshwar Dutt expressed in his latest statement which showed a soldier being roughed up by youngsters in Srinagar.

Here’s what he said,

What has happened is extremely wrong. Our CRPF jawan was insulted. He was brutally attacked and his helmet had also rolled down the road. It is extremely insulting for India to see a youth thrashing our jawan. This is very saddening. Anyone who goes against the country and misbehaves with our soldiers should be Shot Dead.

He continued with showing how freedom should be given to the soldiers against those who misbehave.

Security forces should be given free hand to deal with such elements, otherwise it won’t stop.

Yogeshwar Dutt is a well-known wrestler who has made the country feel proud of him on quite a few occasions and when someone from this stature gets outraged by some actions that are in real saddening and defame the country and soldiers.

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