Widow of Decapitated Indian Soldier Asks Pakistan to Return Her Husband’s Head
Dharamvati Singh’s husband was murdered last week by Pakistani soldiers.
His body was mutilated and returned by the Pakistanis.
But they kept his head.
Grief: Dharamvati, pictured centre, the wife of beheaded Indian soldier Hemraj Singh is demanding the Indian government puts pressure on Pakistan to return her husband’s head. (Daily Mail)
The widow of an Indian soldier decapitated by Pakistani forces during the recent border clashes in Kashmir is demanding the immediate return of her husband’s head.
Grieving Dharamvati Singh along with several members of her family today agreed to call off a hunger strike that had lasted for six-days following a visit by Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yada.
They are demanding the Indian government puts maximum pressure on Islamabad to return the head of Corporal Lans Naik Hemraj Singh whose brutal killing last week prompted a national outcry.
Army soldiers carry a coffin containing the body of a colleague who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers, in Rajouri. (Indian Express)