Police chief shamefully defend expropriation of martyrs’ bodies
latest news from Indian occupied Kashmir, the officials are not giving over the collections of the adolescent, martyred by Indian forces during cordon and search activities, on the guise of coronavirus hazard.
The Director General of Kashmir Police, Dilbag Singh in a media meet in Srinagar said the bodies are not being given over to their families to guarantee physical removing.
In any case, political investigators who keep a nearby watch on the most recent improvement in occupied Kashmir have invalidated the Dilbag Singh's case inquiring as to why the officials have restored the assortments of coronavirus patients. The genuine explanation, they included, is to forestall the tremendous interest of the nearby populace in the memorial services of the martyrs whom they consider as their legends.
The funeral service of an adolescent was hung on April 9. The assortment of commander of Hizbul Mujahideen, Riyaz Naikoo, martyred in an activity by Indian forces in the Beighpora region of Pulwama on Wednesday, was likewise covered in an alternate area.
According to the latest news from Indian occupied Kashmir, "The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs, through a letter, instructed that bodies concerning youth not be returned," Singh told the paper in a meeting.