Rampur: Youth dies after Miscreants forced him to drink Sanitizer
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a complete lockdown in India. This is the second phase of Lockdown in the country. During this lockdown many of medical workers, santizatiation staff are working like a warrior for us.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a complete lockdown in India. This is the second phase of Lockdown in the country. During this lockdown many of medical workers, santizatiation staff are working like a warrior for us.
These workers are giving their everything in it. At the same time a news came from Rampur Uttar Pradesh, which asks so many questions. Where is the humanity and how someone be so cruel. Yes in this matter Some overbearing Youths allegedly forced him to drink the sanitizer. Due to which the young man later died.
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On the incident, locals say that on 14 April Kunwarpal of the village along with his partner was engaged in completing the sanitation work in Pempur village. In the midst of work, Inderpal, a resident of the village, reached Kunwarpal.
During this, a few drops of sanitizer fell on Indrapal. Indrapal resented this and began to scramble with Kunwarpal. Kunwarpal was pressed first, then the sanitizer was filled.
“We had received a complaint from the brother of the deceased and it was alleged that the deceased had gone for sanitisation work at Motipura village where a scuffle broke out with some locals. He was first admitted to a local hospital in Rampur after which he was taken to another hospital in Moradabad where he died on April 17,” Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Arun Kumar told media.
However, the police have registered a case under sections 304 (non-criminal killing), 147 and 323 of the IPC in this case but why such barbarity, Will this result be given to the people who came out to do good to the people. Our country will continue to lose its promising fighters in this way. Till when such innocent people will keep losing their lives.