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Youth's death in custody in Unnao, investigation and compensation demanded

Human Rights organisation NCHRO filed complaint in the commission


LUCKNOW :
In Baangarmau station, Unnao, in the case of custodial death, human rights organisation National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO) filed a complaint in the National Human Rights Commission. The organisation's state secretary Masroof Kamal said in a press release that the organisation's state President Advocate Reeta Bhuiyar has demanded an investigation against the accused police officers and an appropriate compensation to the family of the victim in the complaint. He said that in the cases of custodial death are serious and have been linked with police brutality by the Human Rights Commission and the Supreme Court.

According to the victim's family, Faisal, resident of Baangarmau Kotawali region, area Bhatpuri, son of Islam, Faisal, was selling vegetables when the officers of the nearby station, constable Vijay Chaudhary, constable Seemabat and one other Home Guard took Faisal on a bike. The police tortured Faisal in custody due to which he died. They have demanded that an investigation be done against the accused policemen and the victim's family be given appropriate compensation. 

In the press release related to the case, he said that according to the directions of the Supreme Court and the Human Rights Commission, no person shall be subject to any kind of torture in custody. However, the cases of custodial death are not ceasing. In the case of Faisal, prima facie it cannot be denied that there was physical and mental torture. The state government should immediately start an investigation against the accused policemen.

Sincerely,
Advocate Masroof Kamal,
State General Secretary,
NCHRO, Uttar Pradesh,
Mobile No - 9412394502

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