Complaint filed by AAP against VK Singh for 'dog remark'
A police complaint has been filed by AAP against former Army chief and Union minister VK Singh for his ‘dog remark’. The former Army chief kicked up a storm with his comments that the Centre cannot be blamed if somebody throws a stone at a dog to shield it from criticism for the Faridabad incident, where two children of a Dalit family were burnt alive. However, the minister later defended himself by saying, “I feel sorry for people who have trivialised two unconnected statements”.
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