Expressing concern over the rising politicisation of the armed forces in India, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said the military should be kept away from politics. What are your views?

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    • Publish Date: Dec 14 2017 1:08PM
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Expressing concern over the rising politicisation of the armed forces in India, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said the military should be kept away from politics. What are your views?

It is unfortunate that in recent years, there has been a politicisation of our armed forces. Politicisation of armed forces demoralises the army which is guarding our frontiers. 

Rohan Mathur, X, Lilavatibai Podar High School, Mumbai
 

 
The main purpose of the military is to protect our frontiers, so there shouldn’t be any kind of politicisation. We have already witnessed the disastrous effects of the military taking over the political affairs in nations like Pakistan and Myanmar. 
Sharmila Pentapalli, class X, Pragathi Central School, Hyderabad


 
Armed forces should continue to be a symbol of unbiased patriotism as it has always been. For military personnel national pride and security should be of paramount importance. For a vibrant democracy to thrive and secular environment to emerge, military should stay away from politics. 
Sanghamithra, class X, Toc H Public School, Vyttila, Ernakulam

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Sidhant thomas The Lexicon International School, Kalyaninagar

In recent years the armed forces have been dragged into many controversies that are political in nature and this should be strongly discouraged. The duty of the military is to protect our sovereignty and not to be stuck in politics. If the military is too involved in politics, it is liable to be influenced by various parties which could spark civil war which could be disastrous.

basil mansuri abhinav public school(pitampura)

Security of country cannot be taken politically and army sacrifice their life for country.So their life as well as their dignity cannot be compromised politically to be personal issue of politicians.Yes it is necessary that politics should be keep apart from army and the government must decide for welfare of soldiers.

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