Bipin’s death — Moonis says it is the story of ‘poetic justice’

Bipin's death  -- Moonis says it is the story of 'poetic justice'

By Irum Saleem

On the death of Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat in air crash, Pakistan Federal Minister Moonis Elahi has said ‘poetic justice’ occurs.

Poetic Justice is a literary expression in which vice is punished and virtue rewarded usually in a manner peculiarly or ironically appropriate.

“This man — Bipin Rawat — who committed atrocities against Kashmiris used to say that he would change the DNA of Kashmiris. See the poetic justice happens as today his body will be recognized through DNA,” Mr Moonis said in a tweet on Thursday. The minister further said: “The oppressor’s end is always exemplary.”

The death of Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, his wife and 11 other defence personnel Wednesday in a helicopter crash has raised multiple questions, writes Times of India.

An immediate one will be regarding the Mi-17V5 helicopter that crashed near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu since the aircraft is used to ferry India’s top-most constitutional authorities.

Air Vice-Marshal (retired) Manmohan Bahadur says that despite the Russia-made Mi-17V5 being the “trusted workhorse” of the air force, there will now be a thorough examination of its potential weaknesses after this incident.
AVM Bahadur, who commanded a frontline helicopter unit and two flying bases during his 36-year-long service in the Indian Air Force, said the chopper is the aircraft of choice to ferry all Indian VIPs.

Times Now reports that Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Thursday raised questions on the accident saying that people have doubts in their minds.

Taking to Twitter, Raut stressed that how can this happen when the country’s supreme commander travels in the most sophisticated and safe helicopter.

“This is very unfortunate. The country’s supreme commander travels in the most sophisticated and safe helicopter and dies in an accident.

People have doubts in their minds, what has happened, how can this happen? I am sure the government also would not have come out of this shock,” Raut said in a tweet.

The country’s first Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat was among 13 people killed in a helicopter crash on Wednesday afternoon in Tamil Nadu.

General Rawat was travelling from Sulur to Wellington in Tamil Nadu when his helicopter crashed near Coonoor. PAK DESTINY

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