Saharanpur: NHRC notice to UP govt over insensitivity UP police
It has issued a notice to the UP DGP, calling for a detailed report within six weeks including action taken
New Delhi: Taking suo motu cognisance, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to Uttar Pradesh government over the insensitivity of the state police in Saharanpur.
The apex body on human rights has issued a notice to the state government for policemen refusing to carry two grievously injured boys to the hospital in a PCR van, saying that the vehicle would get smudged. Later crucial time was lost in carrying them in a auto by the public, where both were declared dead by the doctors.
The Commission has issued a notice to the Director General of Police, Uttar Pradesh calling for a detailed report in the matter within six weeks including the action taken against the delinquent police officials.
The Commission on Monday observed that the reported insensitive and hard-hearted attitude of the police personnel has caused lose of two human lives. If they had taken the injured boys to the hospital timely, their lives could have been saved.