Police 'indifferent' towards woes of people
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 8: Imaad Manzoor, a 15 month old kid, son of Manzoor Ahmad Laigroo, from uptown locality of Ibrahim Colony, Hyderpora today had a providential escape as policemen on duty at PS Sadder denied permission and help to his father in reaching to child specialist in Magarmalbagh.
At sadder PS Laigroo was told curtly that he could proceed ahead at his own risk and responsibility. On reaching Rambagh Bridge Laigroo was stopped by an officer of JK Police and not allowed to move ahead. Laigroo after pleading strongly and showing him the deteriorating respiratory distress of the ailing child was allowed to move towards Magarmalbagh with the warning that he should not return home using the same route by the insensitive officer.
Next he encountered a posse of JK Police near Police Station Shergarhi who again tried to discourage him from going ahead. However he was let go only on intervention by a CRPF officer.
On reaching Magarmalbagh crossing the worried parent carrying the child encountered a posse of CRPF men. Contrary to how Kashmir Police officials dealt with him the CRPF officer on the spot offered Laigroo help and ordered two cops to accompany him to nearby Pediatric Clinic of Dr Javaid Chowdry were the ailing kid was nebulized and resuscitated.
The doctor, according to the family, told them that had there been more delay in getting medical help it would have been quite dangerous for the kid. After getting his ailing child treated Manzoor called his elder brother, G A Laigroo of Kashmir Traders Federation to share with him his harrowing experience to seek his help in reaching back home.
The senior Laigroo then called two Advisors of the Chief Minister and MLA Amira Kadal Nasir Sogami. He also apprised Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Meraj Ahmed Kakroo about what his brother had faced.
The Deputy Commissioner subsequently passed on circular instructions to all the police formation in the city regarding dealing with people needing medical aid.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 9 Jul 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 9 Jul 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 10 Jul 2010 00:00:00 IST
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