- Policemen snatch oxygen boy from a boy in Agra
- The boy is seen kneeling on his knees
- After the video went viral, the authorities ordered an inquiry
A shocking and embarrassing case of humanity has come up in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Some policemen snatched a cylinder from a 17-year-old boy who was carrying an oxygen cylinder for his mother in some way here. The son falls on the ground in front of the policemen and folds his hands and weeps, asking for the oxygen cylinder back, but the policemen do not listen
After the video of this incident went viral, questions are being raised on the functioning of the UP Police. Additional Director General (ADG) Rajiv Krishna has ordered an inquiry into the viral video.
The boy kept pleading
It is being told that some policemen came from a hospital in Agra to collect oxygen cylinder. Here he saw a boy carrying an oxygen cylinder and snatched it from him. The video shows the boy wearing a PPE kit lying on his knees on the feet of the policemen and crying. Telling him to return the oxygen cylinder or else his mother will die.
‘Oxygen taken away for VIP’
Police said that this video is from Upadhyay Hospital in Agra. The boy seen in the video is Ansh Goyal. He told that he had very rarely brought in cylinders by arranging oxygen for his mother, but for a ‘VIP’, the police took away the cylinder from him. Her mother died two hours later.
‘Action will be done against the guilty policemen’
ADG Rajiv Krishna said that an inquiry has been ordered into the case. On receipt of the report, strict action will be taken against the guilty policemen. Prior to the inquiry order, the local police said that the oxygen cylinder was empty.
SP City gave this clarification
SP City Agra, Botre Rohan Pramod said that there was a shortage of oxygen in Agra in two days. Due to which Timardar was taking private cylinders inside the hospital for the treatment of his patient. Empty cylinders were coming out. In the video, a man is seen coming out of the hospital with an empty cylinder. Seeing this, another person is requesting the police to get himself a cylinder. The video was misrepresented by policemen, which is incorrect.
Boy pleading in front of policemen