Why do Nineveh police officers stay in hotels and public parks in Baghdad? 7/27
Why do Nineveh police officers stay in hotels and public parks in Baghdad?
Shafaq News / An informed source in Baghdad revealed on Monday, that hundreds of Nineveh police officers spent the second night in hotels and public parks in al-Bataween area in Baghdad because of their bad financial situation as a result of not receiving their salaries for several months.
The source said in an interview with Shafaq News, that hundreds of Nineveh police officers spend their second night in the parks of the capital Baghdad and hotels in al-Bataween and al-Sadoun areas for their bad financial situation.
He added that these elements have not been paid for six months after being stopped by the Ministry of the Interior and the closure of their camp in Dobrdan eastern Mosul and joining Sadr al-Qanah camp in Baghdad that is doesn’t absorb their numbers.
Dobrdan camp east of Mosul in the center of Nineveh province, known as " al-Tahrer Camp ", was devoted for training and preparing Mosul police by 10 American trainers and 9 Canadians who oversee the ongoing exercises in the camp with the participation of Iraqi officers in the former army in preparation for attacking the city and re-controlling it from ISIS terrorists that controlled Mosul on the tenth of June of last year.
More than 6000 Iraqi people have volunteered from different sects and ethnic groups from Nineveh province in this camp, to participate in the ongoing training and joined the Iraqi forces that are preparing to attack the Mosul.
But the Iraqi authorities have recently decided to move the camp to Baghdad, without knowing the reasons.