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3:19 pm - Thursday February 25, 2483

Shameful act of Gwalior Police

Made a 12-year boy collect pieces of a dead body

Chronicle Reporter, Gwalior

Police found dead body of a young man on a hill in the city. Dead body was scattered all over the hill in many pieces. The police reached for investigation and then made a child to collect the pieces of dead body and keep it in the polythene.

After this it was sent for post-mortem. People opposed this shameful act of police. As this was contrary to the rules. But the police officers are silent on this.

On Sunday evening, dead body of a young man was found on a hill near the university police station. Police arrived to investigate as soon as they recieved the information. The dead body was eaten by animals about a week ago due to which it was found mangled.

Police asked some people to collect the pieces and put them in the polythene, but no one agreed.

After that a 12 year old child was brought there. Police Inspector made the boy collect the the pieces of dead body and then kept them in a polythene bag. According to the police, this dead body may be of a young man named Babloo Khan, who is missing since January 1. Although identification is still being done.

Some people opposed this act of police. People say that this work of police is violation of rules. In this case, Rajkumar Sharma, in charge of the University Police Station, refused to say anything. The advocate HD Mishra says that under the Child Protection Act, nobody can force a child to do such work. This may cause bad psychological effects on a child.

Posted in: Madhya Pradesh

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