The Agra Paras Hospital police are waiting for a forensic report on the cell phone

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The youth, whose cell phone was confiscated by the police, has not yet received a clean slip of paper. Police say the cell phone’s forensic report has not yet been received.

Shree Paras Hospital: Police Officer with DVR (file)
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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A teenager’s cell phone was confiscated by police for making a video that went viral in the episode at Shri Paras Hospital in Agra. When the video was not found on this cell phone, the forensic lab was sent. Even after 14 days, the police are still waiting to report whether the video has been recovered or not? The police have not yet given the young people a clean slip of paper.The youth, a resident of the Chhatta area, had gone to the hospital. The police questioned the youth, but he denied knowing about the video. His cell phone was also checked. No video of the owner of the hospital was found on the cell phone.

The mobile lab was sent because of concerns about deleting the video. But Mobile’s report hasn’t come yet. Inspector Bhupendra Balyan, in charge of the New Agra Police Station, says the forensic report is pending. A letter will be drawn up for the report.

Can’t find answers to these questions

The talk of the oxygen mock drill in the hospital was accepted in the video. However, upon examination of the administration, the doctor received a clean deal. If the oxygen mock drill isn’t done, then why are the doctors talking?
In the video that went viral on social media, a person is sitting on a stool. At the same time, the hospital owner’s voice is heard. The video was made up close. Who is the person making the video?
– The video is expected to be shot only a few days after the oxygen mock drill? Even the doctors themselves couldn’t really tell the police when it was done? Why couldn’t the police find out anything?
If the mock exercise had been done on April 26th, should there be an atmosphere of panic in the hospital? Can this be revealed in the footage from the hospital’s CCTV cameras? But why haven’t the police been able to see the CCTV cameras until now?
Oxygen bottles were provided by the county government. It was also said by the administration that there was no oxygen starvation. The relatives of the patients also brought bottles with them. Then why was an oxygen mock drilled?
Case registered with the Uttar Pradesh Human Rights Commission

Ashok Chawla’s father and his brother’s wife, a Chhatta resident, died in Shri Paras Hospital. He got Corona infected. Allegedly both died of the oxygen shutdown in the hospital. Ashok Chawla sent a letter to the Uttar Pradesh Human Rights Commission on June 24th. He had also filed his documents there. Ashok Chawla said his complaint has now been registered.

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A teenager’s cell phone was confiscated by police for making a video that went viral in the episode at Shri Paras Hospital in Agra. When the video was not found on this cell phone, the forensic lab was sent. Even after 14 days, the police are still waiting to report whether the video has been recovered or not? The police have not yet given the young people a clean slip of paper.

The youth, a resident of the Chhatta area, had gone to the hospital. The police questioned the youth, but he denied knowing about the video. His cell phone was also checked. No video of the owner of the hospital was found on the cell phone.

The mobile lab was sent because of concerns about deleting the video. But Mobile’s report hasn’t come yet. Inspector Bhupendra Balyan, in charge of the New Agra Police Station, says the forensic report has not yet arrived. A letter will be drawn up for the report.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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