The National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the Government of Uttar Pradesh. The commission has issued this notice in the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh in an alleged fake police encounter case. The Commission has sought a reply from the Director-General of Police and the Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh in four weeks.
The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo moto cognizance on November 27 in Muzaffarnagar district over the allegation of a 20-year-old youth in a police encounter. The name of the deceased youth was Irshad Ahmed.
Her father says her son has no criminal history. Despite this, the police killed him in a fake encounter. On the basis of media reports, the commission believes that if the police have committed a fake encounter, then it is a matter of human rights violation directly with the victim and his family.
According to the Commission, a notice has been issued to the Chief Secretary and Director General of Police of Uttar Pradesh Government seeking a detailed report in four weeks.
The Commission also believes that it is the duty of the police force to protect the people, but it is failing to deal with crime and creating an atmosphere of fear. If someone dies in this encounter, it is not at all justifiable and directly leads to a case of culpable homicide.
It is worth mentioning that on November 27, the police did this encounter 12 km from the deceased’s village Nagla. According to the police report, the accused along with four of his companions was carrying the cow dynasty in a mini truck.
When he was asked to stop, he opened fire on the police. However, the father of the deceased and the people of his village say that this claim of the police is absolutely wrong because the deceased did not even know the driving.
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