As we wrote, an explosion occurred in a family’s home in Esztergom, in September, and the police also went to take action. In the bombing, which occurred after failed hostage negotiations, a TEK employee lost his life, and a number of policemen and firefighters were injured, four of them in serious condition. After the explosion, the attacker also died.
Lagos hero Gabor Kunya, the policeman who died during the deployment, has been declared dead and according to the announcement by the Anti-Terrorism Center (TEK), he will be buried on October 20 at the Northern Cemetery in Nyiregyhaza.
However, the policeman’s family feels that the treatment he received in his memory was not “befitting a hero” at all. Laszlo Helmici, family lawyer A To blink He said that the position of the headstone assigned to him in the cemetery is the most insulting, because he is considered unworthy.
The family wanted the ornate Rózsakert cemetery plot to host the military and religious farewell ceremony scheduled for October 20, but Nyiregyhaza’s mayor would not allow it.
According to the lawyer, the city manager indicated that the heroic dead of Nyiregyhaza could not be buried in the decorated grave because it did not meet the requirements of the local ordinance, and there was no longer enough space for it.
However, both of these statements are incorrect because the policy actually allows the city’s heroic dead to be buried in this plot, and there are at least 10 spots available.
– said Laszlo Helmici.
Since no solution was received from the local leadership in the first week of October to identify a worthy grave, the lawyer wrote a letter to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Interior Minister Sandor Pinter, and the TEK administration, hoping with their intervention. They can finally find a comfortable place to rest Lajos Gábor Kónya.