J&K: Many Attend Militant’s Funeral, Booked for Lockdown Violation

by Aditi

Sopore police filed a case against all those who took part in the terrorist’s funeral on Wednesday night. On Wednesday Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Sajad Nawab Dar was killed by a joint team of army and police. But people sympathizing with him and broke the lockdown and gathered a crowd of huge numbers of people and took out the last journey of him.

  • Jash terrorist killed in encounter
  • Hundreds of people gathered in terrorist’s funeral

The army killed a terrorist in an encounter on Wednesday in Sopore, North Kashmir. His funeral was taken out on Wednesday in which hundreds of people took part in breaking the lockdown. Police have registered an FIR against these people for causing huge trouble and breaking the law.

Sources said that in view of the increasing number of cases of COVID-19 in Kashmir, more and more people have been instructed to stay in the house, but people of Kashmir who were involved in his funeral have not followed it. A top police officer said that those people who joined the funeral are being identified on the basis of video footage and soon action will be taken against them.

While handing over the dead body of Sajad Nawab Dar to his family, the police had given strict instructions that in the last journey the lockdown should be taken care of and no crowd should be gathered. Those who have broken the law are being searched and strict action will be taken against them. Let me tell you, 19 new cases were reported in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday. So far, a total of 144 corona patients have been found in the state of which 134 are active cases. Of these, 27 are in Jammu and 107 Kashmir divisions.

This is not the first time these kind of people are doing such things, there have been several times when they have created obsatcles and created problem. Even after lots of restrictions and laws, they always find a way to reate the disturbance in the environment.

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