Richa is experiencing anger on social media for referencing the “shameful” 2020 Galwan confrontation with Chinese troops in response to an army commander’s statement on reclaiming PoK.
Netizens and lawmakers labelled her tweet’shameful’ She wrote “Galwan Say Hi” after Lt. General Upendra Dwivedi said the Indian Army is ready to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Akshay responded on Twitter. He wrote, “Humiliating.” “Never be ungrateful to our military.” It’s now.”
The actress apologised on Twitter after being called out. Richa stated that she didn’t mean to hurt or insult anyone.
The statement read, “Even though it can never be my intention, if the three words being dragged into a controversy have offended or hurt anyone, I apologise.” “It would make me sad if my words, even accidentally, made my brothers in the fauj, of which my Nanaji was a well-known member, feel this way. Her grandfather, a Lt. Col., was shot in the leg in the 1960s Indo-China conflict. “My Mamaji was a paratrooper,” she added. It’s genetic. When a son is slain or injured while saving our nation, the whole family is impacted. I know how it feels. I’m emotional about it.