Information reached on Nitish Kumar, policemen suspended
The picture was viral on social media in Bihar
CM was furious after getting this information
Police headquarters immediately took action
Bhagalpur: He carried his own son’s dead body in a sack and walked for several
kilometers. No arrangement was made by the police to send this corpse for
postmortem. When Chief Minister Nitish Kumar came to know about such
indifference through some means, he got furious. He is already very angry about
the state of law and order in Bihar.
Know what was the whole matter in the video
On the instructions of the Chief Minister, Sub Inspector Rajdev Raman and ASI
Nandlal Chaudhary have been suspended with immediate effect in this case.
Sensing the sharp attitude of the Chief Minister, the suspension order of the two
officers has also been sent to the respective districts from the police headquarters
in the hurry.
In fact, the son of Teju Yadav, a resident of Teentanga village of Gopalpur police
station of Navagachiya, had suddenly gone missing. Information about its
disappearance was lodged in the police station. On 3 March last, his mutilated
corpse was recovered in the Ganges. It is believed that he drowned while crossing
the Ganges. Because of this, his corpse was swept away. The corpse was
recovered from near Kheria Ganga Ghat in Katihar. On the basis of mutual
information, the local police reached there and the father of the missing 13-year-
old boy also ran away. No arrangements were made by the police to send the
corpse for postmortem . In compulsion, the father filled the corpse in a plastic
sack and He carried it to the police station on foot. Meanwhile, after the
information of is incident became public on social media, information was
reached to the Chief Minister of Bihar.
He carried it because police didn’t help with transport
Seeing this situation, Nitish Kumar, already angry, was fueled by fire, it is said.
On his instructions, Rajdev Raman, Under Inspector of Police of Gopalpur Police
Station and Assistant Under Inspector of Kursela Police Station, Nandlal
Chaudhary, have been held responsible for the lapse. On the direct intervention of
the Chief Minister, SDPO Katihar Sadar investigated the matter and reported the
fault of these two officers. Based on this report, both the officers have been
suspended with immediate effect. In the information released by the Police
is committed to the protection of human rights. Therefore, if any information of
this kind of negligence comes to the fore, action will be taken immediately
against the responsible officials.