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Sunday, 6 October 2019

Unknowingly, Indian jawan reached Pakistan, resigns, know what the army said

Unknowingly, Indian jawan reached Pakistan, resigns, know what the army said




Indian soldier Chandu Chavan said that he was leaving the army due to 'harassment' in the force. Please tell that Chavan accidentally reached Pakistan in 2016. However, the army dismissed his charge outright, stating that he is a criminal and five disciplinary proceedings have been taken against him for various offenses. The soldier said, "Ever since I came back from Pakistan, I have been constantly harassed in the army and I am being viewed with suspicion, that's why I decided to step down." Chavan has sent his resignation letter to his unit commander in Ahmednagar, sources close to him said.

In a statement late in the evening, the army said that Chavan was initiated disciplinary proceedings recently after being found drunk on unit lines, but he absconded from the unit. Chavan was said to have been declared 'absent without leave' with immediate effect from October 3. Counseling and efforts to rehabilitate him by Indian Army also went in vain due to his emotional and complaining tone.

The force stated that the army would not accept indiscipline of this nature under any circumstances. The unit has also not been asked to be discharged ahead of time. Let Chavan cross the border, where he was captured by the Pakistan Rangers and tortured for four months before being handed over to India.

Last month, Chavan also had an accident, with a deep injury to his face and head where he was hospitalized. The accident occurred when he was riding his two-wheeler without a helmet and fell into a pit near his home town of Bohirvir in Dhule district. The army said in its statement that it had received a complaint against Chavan from the Dhule civil administration for 'actively campaigning' during the last general election which was also reported in the media


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