Trinamool Congress declared that the Shinzo Abe killing highlighted the feasible mistakes of the questionable protection recruitment programme.

The Trinamool Congress has warned the Central federal government versus the Agnipath plan, pointing to the reality that Japan’s former Head of state Shinzo Abe was executed by a short-service ex-serviceman.

The party declared that the killing underlined the possible risks of the debatable support employment program.

The state BJP, nonetheless, denied the apprehension saying no Indian ex-servicemen had ever been involved in any kind of such event.

“The fatality of Abe at the hands of an ex-serviceman has only verified the anxieties of the people over the Agnipath scheme,” the TMC’s mouth piece ‘Jago Bangla’ (Get Up, Bengal) said in a short article on Saturday.

The aggressor lost his job in the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Pressure after three years of service and he was not getting any kind of pension, it claimed.

Agniveers also would not obtain any type of pension after their four-year solution period is over, the article pointed out.

“The BJP is playing with fire for Agnipath scheme … We have seen what has actually occurred in Japan. An ex-serviceman eliminated the former Prime Minister,” TMC speaker Kunal Ghosh stated on Sunday.

The BJP stated that such apprehensions are ungrounded.

“We have actually never come across any type of such incident in which an ex-serviceman of our country is included. The TMC is simply trying to politicise the matter,” state BJP agent Samik Bhattacharya said.

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Last Updated: 11 July 2022