New Delhi: Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary has warned that protesters against the Union government’s announcement of a four-year short-term deployment in the Army will not get police clearance. He said such a violent retaliation was not expected and that job seekers participating in the protest would have to pay a higher price later.
‘Condemns this kind of violence. This is not the solution. The final step for job seekers is police verification. If anyone has participated in the protest, they will not receive police clearance. We need to understand the plan properly. ‘ – He said in an interview with the national media.
He added that preparations for the Agneepath project have been going on for the last two years and the aim is to reduce the age limit for the armed forces from 30 to 25 years. He had earlier said that the first recruitment to the Air Force (IAF) under the Agneepath project would begin on June 24.
English Summary: Those involved in Agnipath protests won’t get police clearance, warns Air Chief Marshal