“Won’t allow Gay-sex and Adultery in the army”- Army Chief Bipin Rawat

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has said that he will not allow gay sex in the army because the army accepts conservative thinking. He said that the army has its own laws on gay relations. Let the Supreme Court give legal recognition to homosexuality and have made it out of the category of crime. There can be a controversy after this statement of Army Chief.

The Supreme Court partially canceled Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which in its historical verdict of September 6, denounced homosexuality as a crime. The Constitutional Bench said in its judgment that like other people, the LGBT community is also a part of the society and it also has rights like others.

Despite this decision of the apex court, the Army Chief has said that the Adultery is a crime in the Indian Army. He said, ‘Indian Army is very conservative’ and ‘the soldiers stationed on the border can not worry about the family present at home.’ He said that ‘similar thinking is on lesbian, gay, bureaucratic and transgender issues. In the army, we can not accept it. ‘

The General said, ‘the army will not allow LGBT activities here. There are provisions in the army to deal with such activities. ‘ Rawat further said that ‘आप लोगों में यह चलता होगा…हमारे यहाँ नहीं ! ‘(Aaplogo me yeah chalta hoga..hmare yaha nahi). We are still conservative and yet to be westernised. We can’t decriminalise adultery and homosexuality in the Army. The Army Chief said during this year’s annual press conference. He was asked about the position of the army on Gay Sex and the Adultery.

Here is the full video of Press conference :

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