Major Gogoi, Who Tied A Protester To A Jeep In Kashmir, Honoured By Army Chief Farooq Ahmad Dar, a resident of Kashmir’s Beerwah town, tied to an army vehicle.

Major Leetul Gogoi of the Indian Army, who had tied a protester to the front of an army jeep last month to deter stone pelters, has been honoured by Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat. The Commendation Card has been awarded by the Army chief for Gogoi’s “sustained efforts” in counter-insurgency operations.

Major Gogoi has been awarded Chief of Army Staff’s Commendation Card for sustained efforts in counter-insurgency operations.
Aman Anand, Spokesperson of the Indian Army

A court of inquiry has been tasked to find out the circumstances under which the Kashmiri youth had been tied to a jeep as a ‘human shield’ following public outcry after video footage of the incident was leaked on social media.

With Inputs From ANI.

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