Handover Post-Mortem Video, X-Ray Plate To Delhi Police: HC
Millennium Post Delhi|New Delhi 05March2021
Unnatural death of farmer in R-day violence

The UP Police had initially denied to transfer these documents without a court order

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Uttar Pradesh Police to handover the original X-Ray plate and video of the post-mortem of Navreet Singh, the 25-year-old farmer who died under mysterious circumstances during the Republic Day violence near ITO here, to the Delhi Police.

This comes after the UP Police initially denied to transfer these documents to the Delhi Police unless ordered by a court.

While both the Delhi Police and the UP Police have said Navreet's death was a result of his rash driving leading to an accident, the victim's father has approached the Delhi High Court, with the allegation that he was first shot by the police.

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