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Man alleges police inaction in son's death

A retired naval officer on Thursday flayed the general railway police for its inaction in registering an FIR in the case of death of his 31-year-old son, who was found dead on the railway track under mysterious circumstances on October 21.

punjab Updated: Dec 06, 2013 00:03 IST
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A retired naval officer on Thursday flayed the general railway police for its inaction in registering an FIR in the case of death of his 31-year-old son, who was found dead on the railway track under mysterious circumstances on October 21.


Yashwant Singh Gusain, a resident of Uttarakhand, while addressing the mediapersons here on Thursday said: “My son Sandeep Gusain was found dead on the railway tracks on October 21 and I was given the impression that my son met with an accident with a train.”

Gusain said: “We were in a condition of shock at that time. Now, after going through the details of death, it appears that it was not an accident, but a murder.”

The evidences also proved the same, he said adding that, “We are not confirmed but it appears that someone has killed my son with vested interests.”

“Since then, I have moved several complaints to the station house officer of the general railway police (GRP). On October 25, we had sent the complaint through registered post and on October 28, my son Mohinder submitted my complaint by hand but no action had been taken so far.”

Police should register the case and start investigations into the matter, he said.

Meanwhile, station house officer (SHO) GRP Bant Singh when contacted denied the inaction. “An inquiry is being conducted by superintendent of police (SP) Rachhpal Singh and action would be taken after the outcome of inquiry report.”