The former BJP minister qualifies the criticism of the Congress deputy on the appointment of CDS as poorly informed

NEW DELHI: Having a tenuous view of the criticism of Congress to the appointment of Gen as the first Chief of Defense Staff of the country (), former minister of the Union Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore He said he was poorly informed and intended to create a division between institutions critical for national security.

Being a learned lawyer and deputy, I thought that @ManishTewari would discuss facts and logic but, unfortunately, that is not so. I hope you have at least seen the press release before tweeting about an important issue such as the CDS institution, Singh tweeted, referring to the congressional deputy questioning the appointment of Gen Rawat.

The roles of the respective bosses, defense secretaries and CDS are well defined ... Please do not trivialize the issue or try to divide, he said. He dug into Tiwari saying that if @ManishTewari tweets are a CV for a better role in Congress, they are excellent. But, if it is to add to the discourse on national security, they are deceptive and harmful, Rathore said.

Tiwari had tweeted: “Why is the appointment of a CDS full of difficulties and ambiguities? What are the implications of the nomenclature of the main military advisor of the Minister of Defense in relation to the three chiefs of service in terms of military advice offered to the government? Head of Service? ...