Baaghi TV reports that the relatives of two policemen killed in a mujahideen attack on Friday in Nogam , a suburb of Srinagar, the summer capital of occupied Jammu and Kashmir, got angry due to delay of the wreath-laying ceremony.
According to the South Asian Wire, senior police officers arrived late for the tribute ceremony, which angered the relatives of the slain officers. They removed the flag from the coffin and tried to take the bodies home before the ceremony.
A senior police officer told the South Asian Wire’s Srinagar correspondent that the two killed officers were their own Jammu and Kashmir police comrades and their families were also our own. It took some time for senior police officers to arrive at the scene during the ceremony, which angered the relatives of the slain officers and they also expressed their anger.
In such a situation, it is normal for any human being. There is nothing wrong with being angry. According to the South Asian Wire, senior police officers were upset and shocked by the mujahideen attack. So it took them some time to attend the ceremony. The Jammu and Kashmir Police stand shoulder to shoulder with the families of our martyrs.
Responding to the desecration of the Indian flag, he said, “There was no desecration with the flag. Relatives of the slain officers simply showed their anger, removed the flag from the coffin and tried to take the bodies home before the ceremony.
However, the police officers present there stopped them and consoled them, after which the ceremony was completed and the bodies of the two officers were sent to their native places.
According to South Asian Wire the journalists were instructed by police to delete the video of the incident and not to release it. While talking to South Asian Wire they said, “We asked the journalists here not to mention these things in their news because such things happen in every family. The Jammu and Kashmir Police is like a big family. Anger and resentment come from one’s own. So when two of our personnel are killed, their relatives need sympathy.”
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