Cape Town - Defense Minister Thandi Modise demands there ought to be no expansion in the security detail of pastors after the prisoner dramatization.
She said the nation has various difficulties, including an enormous public area wage bill.
She said as opposed to zeroing in on employing more guardians for pastors, they ought to divert the assets to the requirements of the country.
"For what reason would we need to build security around people when we have such countless difficulties?" asked Modise.
Modise said the public authority had been arranged to pay attention to the tactical veterans and how the state could help them.
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Modise likewise said they didn't plan to drop the charges against the 56 military veterans who were captured the evening of the prisoner.
"Are there any designs to drop charges? Not from this table. There was an infringement. On the off chance that they get delivered, let it be a cycle out there. We can't start a trend, and the law be set to the side since it is me. I'm a tactical veteran. It isn't us requesting the dropping of the charges," said Modise.
She said they would keep on discovering an answer confronting the tactical veterans.
She said the veterans were troubled about being wouldn't leave when the gathering had fallen.
There was no point for the tactical veterans to hold them prisoner.
There was not a good excuse for the gathering to participate in the way they did.
She said the matter had been on the table and they would take a gander at every one of the issues raised.
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