Kangana Ranaut is one of the celebrities who never hesitates to express her opinions. The actress expresses herself without hesitation. On Saturday, the actress expressed her thoughts on the new Agnipath scheme for military recruitment, saying she “appreciated the government for taking these initiatives.” “Many nations like Israel have made army training compulsory for all their youth, few years everyone gives to the army to learn life values like discipline, nationalism, and what it means to guard your country’s borders, #agneepathscheme has deeper meanings than just getting building careers, employment, or making money,” the ‘Dhaakad’ actor wrote in an Instagram story today.

Kangana, a vocal supporter of the BJP-led central government, compared the newly launched Agnipath scheme to the traditional Gurukul selection process.

“In the olden days, everyone went to Gurukul, it’s almost like they’re getting paid to do it now, shocking percentage of youth that’s getting destroyed in drugs and PUBg needs these reforms…appreciate the government for taking these initiatives,” Kangana added.

Concerning the Agnipath Scheme
On June 14, the Centre launched the new Agnipath scheme for short-term recruitment into the three branches of the armed forces. Protests against the scheme were seen across the country, with Indian Army aspirants protesting in several states against the scheme, which proposed hiring personnel for a four-year period in the armed forces, followed by mandatory retirement for at least 75% of them without any pension benefits.

upcoming projects for Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut will next be seen in the film ‘Tejas,’ in which she plays an Indian Airforce officer. The movie will be released later this year.

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