Ghaziabad. Two days after the death of a 10-year-old boy while peeping out of the window of a school bus in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad, adjacent to the country’s national capital Delhi, on the instructions of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, three officials of the Transport Department were suspended on Friday. Went. Along with this, the police on Friday registered a case against 51 people for calling for protests through social media platforms.
It is alleged that these people called for a protest with ‘lathis’ outside a police station for ‘justice for the dead’. Superintendent of Police (Rural) Iraj Raja said that a local person named Lokendra Arya had given a call for a protest on Thursday. This is an act of inciting violence. An FIR has been registered in this regard under the Indian Penal Code and IT Act.
A video is going viral on social media, in which a woman officer of the district can be seen waving her finger while telling the crying mother of the child to keep quiet. The purported video is of Thursday when the relatives of the deceased blocked the Delhi-Meerut highway alleging nexus of the school administration with the police. The woman officer has been identified as Sub Divisional Magistrate Shubhangi Shukla who can be seen losing her temper at the child’s mother sitting on the road. Senior administration officials could not be reached for comment on the video.
The officers of the Transport Department fell on the charge
Meanwhile, Assistant Regional Transport Officers (ARTO) of Ghaziabad Satish Kumar and Vishwa Pratap Singh along with Reserve Inspector Prem Singh were suspended on Friday. ARTO (Administration) Vishwajit Singh has confirmed this.
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Let us inform that a student of a private school in Modi Nagar was peeping out of the bus on Wednesday when his head collided with an electric pole and he died. The relatives of the deceased have filed a case of negligence against the school administration. Sources said that the school bus had more children than its capacity. He said that the deadline for the fitness certificate of the bus issued by the transport department had expired last year. Sources said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took cognizance of the role of Road Transport Department officials in Ghaziabad and expressed his displeasure over their style of functioning. In the meeting held on Thursday, the Chief Minister directed the officials that the responsibility of the personnel of the Transport Department should be fixed and those responsible for this should be punished.
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