Like other government buildings in Jammu and Kashmir, the tricolor flag was hoisted on the roof of the Upazila Hospital in Nowshera. Late Wednesday evening, some unidentified people took down the tricolor flag on the roof of the hospital and set it on fire.
Rajouri, Jagran Correspondent: In the midst of conspiracies to spoil the atmosphere in the district, some unidentified people took down the tricolor on the roof of Upazila Hospital in Nowshera late on Wednesday evening and set it on fire. The incident has created a lot of anger among the local people. At the same time, the police have intensified the search for the accused by registering a case. The administration has also ordered an inquiry into the matter.
As per the order of the Government of Jammu and Kashmir, like other government buildings, the tricolor flag was proudly hoisted on the roof of the Sub District Hospital in Nowshera. On Wednesday late evening, some unknown people took down the tricolor flag on the roof of the hospital and raised it on the roof itself. handed over to the fire. When the local people got to know about this, a large number of people gathered in the hospital premises and started demanding strict action against the accused along with the hospital administration. On getting information about this, senior police officers also reached the spot and took the tricolor in their possession.
It is not yet known who did this act. In this regard, Rajouri SSP Muhammad Aslam Choudhary said that we have started action by registering a case. Strictest action will be taken against whoever is found guilty in this regard. At the same time, Additional District Deputy Commissioner Sukhdev Singh also said that orders have been issued to investigate the matter, the guilty will not be spared.
Let us inform that during the last one month, there have been four suspected blasts in Kotranka, Rajouri, whose investigation is going on. Mischievous elements have been conspiring to spoil the atmosphere in the district for a long time. Police said that search is on for those burning the national flag. Apart from questioning the people living near the hospital, CCTV cameras installed in the area are also being scrutinised.