Indian Army raises suspicions over Gujarat student's mission to promote welfare of disabled soldiers
Mitsu Chavda, a student from Gujarat, has been on a mission to promote the welfare of soldiers with disabilities. She has been riding a bike across India to promote the cause.
However, the Indian Army has raised suspicions about her activity. In fact, the Directorate General of Military Intelligence (DGMI) has sent a note to all defence establishments across India to watch out for Chavda as they have suspicions about her motives.
The DHMI has sent notices to all the seven command headquarters of the Army, Special Forces Command, and Andaman and Nicobar Command as well.
Chavda has taken photographs with many prominent people in government services, including President Ram Nath Kovind during her ride. Her photos are posted on her social networking sites as well.
However, the Army has said that Chavda has tried to enter sensitive defence areas across India and they are deeply concerned about her motives. They have asked their personnel not to allow her inside any sensitive areas.
Chavda says she is very upset about this and called it a character assassination. She claims her family has been getting death threats and calls. She is also concerned that she will not be able to get a government job, an international visa, or even marry due to the allegations.
She plans to take the Army to court over the allegations. Chavda is a biker and a second year English graduate student from Gujarat.