Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr BJP MP Nepal Singh said that there’s no country where armymen don’t die. A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament has started a column by saying the those deputed in Army will undoubtedly bound to die. Reacting to an inquiry on the current assault by psychological oppressors on a CRPF camp, the BJP MP, Nepal Singh, said that there’s no nation where armymen don’t kick the bucket. “They will die in Army everyday. Tell me one country where army personnel do not die,” said the BJP leader. Obviously furious about the raising of the issue of armymen being slaughtered in dread assaults, Singh stated, “Even when a scuffle breaks out in a village, someone or the other gets injured. Tell me a medicine that can save lives.” ““Tell us one thing that can make bullets ineffective, we will get that implemented,” he added. After uproar over his announcement, Singh said that he didn’t affront saints. Despite the fact that he likewise offered a conciliatory sentiment, he kept up that he didn’t state anything that would affront a saint. In an unusual clarification of his announcement, he said that “researchers are working on a gadget which can spare soldiers from shots”. “Maine ye bola tha ki vaigyanik lage hue hain aur koi device dhoondh rahe hain ki koi goli aaye to lage nahin, sipaahi ka protection ho jaaye (I had said that scientists are working on looking for a device, using which a bullet can be turned ineffective and the soldier be saved),” he said. This comes even as Union Home Minister guaranteed Rajnath Singh on Monday guaranteed that the forfeit of jawans would not go futile and their valor would be given due affirmation. “The attack on a CRPF camp in Kashmir was a cowardly attack by terrorists. The sacrifice of our jawans won`t go in vain”, he said. “The whole country remains with their families. We are glad for our overcome jawans who lost their lives in the battling back the fear based oppressors”, Singh included. In a pre-first light strike on Sunday, no less than five CRPF men were killed when vigorously outfitted psychological oppressors raged the camp of the paramilitary power at Lethpora. The assault was asserted by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed. Three fear based oppressors were likewise gunned around powers amid the gunbattle. One of the fear based oppressors executed was recognized as Ali Sozal, a local of Pakistan possessed Kashmir (PoK). The other two were recognized as Fardeen Mohibuddin and Manzoor Ahmed Baba, who hailed from J&K’s Tral and Pulwama district separately.