CRPF Soldier Cautioned For Calling Colleague ‘Major’ And Hence Disrespecting The ‘President’

After a recent incident of a BSF jawan being punished for using disrespectful words for the PM, a CRPF jawan has been “cautioned” by his commanding officer for dishonouring the President. The jawan apparently addressed a colleague as ‘Major’, hence ‘disrespecting the President, who is the supreme commander of the armed forces.

The incident took place at a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp in Jammu and Kashmir last month and senior officials of the force said the commanding officer (CO)’s order against his jawan has now been withdrawn.

As per the order issued by the office of the Srinagar-based 28th battalion CO, Subedar Major Pannalal Thakur was issued a caution note for allegedly addressing his colleague as Major which was found to be “disrespectful” to the stature of the President of India, apparently referring to him being the supreme commander of the armed forces, and the rank of Major in the Army.

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