Japanese PM Sends Flowers To The Indian Constable Who Died While Guarding His Cavalcade
Delhi Police constable Virendra Pratap Singh died after being hit by an unidentified vehicle in Delhi Cantt area while guarding the route of Japanese PM’s return trip to Japan from India on 13th Dec’15. While Indian PM was not concerned about this incident, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe sent bouquet of flowers and a letter of condolence to Singh’s house.
The Embassy of Japan in India has confirmed sending the condolence message to the deceased’s family.
“For our VIPs it would be just another little man dying doing his duty and not worth a second thought,”Mohan Guruswamy, a columnist wrote on his Facebook wall .
Here’s Mohan Guruswamy’s post –
The 30-year-old constable was hit by an unidentified vehicle in the wee hours of the morning at around 6 am. Singh hailed from Jhunjhnu in Rajsthan, joined Delhi Police in 2010. He is survived by his wife and child.
Source: Mohan Guruswamy
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