NHRC organized debate for woman CRPF constable in which constable Khushbu Chauhan said that wombs that give birth to people like Afzal Guru should be destroyed
New Delhi: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has disapproved of the statements made by one of its constables asserting that the force steadfastly abides by violates human rights.
The National Commission for Human Rights (NHRC), organized debate for woman CRPF constable in which constable named Khushbu Chauhan said that wombs that give birth to people like Afzal Guru (2001 Parliament attack case convict) should be destroyed and the Tricolour should be pierced through the heart of Kanhaiya Kumar, the former JNU students union president, and the communist party leader.
CRPF Mahila Constable Chauhan arguing about constraints of Human Rights while tackling terrorism pic.twitter.com/o723R4nYMh
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On 27th September the debate was organized and a video of CRPF constable Khushbu Chauhan was leaked recently and went viral on social media. Chauhan’s statement divided the social media community on her thoughts, with some praising her statements while others expressing stunt at such disregard for human rights violations in an organized force such as the CRPF.
On Saturday, the CRPF issued a statement disapproving of the opinion of Chauhan regarding human rights violations.
“Chauhan is speaking against the motion in a debate competition organized by NHRC. We in CRPF respect human rights unconditionally.
She was asked to speak against the motion and has delivered a speech with brilliance but some portion should have been avoided.
She has been suitably advised. We appreciate the respect and concern for CRPF,”
the statement quoted.
The topic of the debate competition was: “Terrorism and militancy in India can be tackled effectively while observing human rights”.