FIR Against Former Pradhan Of UP Village After Complaint Of Lack Of Medical Facilities

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Once again, Uttar Pradesh Police filed a first information report (FIR) against residents of Mewla Gopalgarh.   

According to the sources, the police accused villagers of spreading rumours and false narrative against the healthcare facility of the State. Recently, a few villagers of Mewla Gopalgarh tested positive for the Wuhan virus and were taking shelter under a Neem tree due to the lack of medical facilities.

The incident came to light on the 18th of May, a day after the U.P., Police registered a case against the former pradhan of the village, Yogesh Talan and Sarpanch Harveer Talan.

The Uttar Pradesh Police booked Harveer Talan (65 years old) and Yogesh Talan, former Pradhan of the village for misleading citizens of the village. The police charged them under sections 188 (disobedience of a public servant’s order), 269 and 270 (act of spreading infection) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and under the sections of the Epidemic Diseases Act 2005. On the 17th of May, the in charge of Jewar primary health centre filed a complaint with the local police against the villagers. The administration of the Jewar Primary Health Centre said, the villagers who claimed lack of medical facilities, refused to get admitted and are intentionally giving false statements to malign the image of the State Health Department. The administration also said, they organised two testing camps since the 13th of May, but the sarpanch misinformed the villagers, leading to failed testing and screening of the population.

However, the former village pradhan Yogesh Talan refuted the claims of the administration and said, “Not a single house where nobody is experiencing cough or fever. The administration has failed terribly on two fronts, testing and providing medical facilities to the sick. People are feeling helpless in this village (sic.)” He further added, “The hospitals are refusing to admit patients who are experiencing even major symptoms and suffering from high fever.”

As per media sources, Harveer Talan and others who have mild symptoms of the Wuhan virus were sitting under the Neem tree with glucose bottles hanging to its branches.

This is not the first time that the U.P., Police charged people who spoke against the Government and their poor medical facilities to treat the Wuhan virus pandemic. 

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