Youth’s death near Assembly: CM Chouhan promises action against guilty

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday has promised action against the guilty in connection with the death of a man who was injured in a road mishap close to assembly and died awaiting medical help.
CM said that he will take strict action in this regard after the probe.
The police deployed at Assembly had come under fire after the youth Vikas (22) had been lying unattended near Assembly for half an hour that leads to his death. The police instead of helping the victim were busy ensuring smooth movement of traffic.
Even CM Shivraj’s cavalcade has passed through the spot without stopping.
On Wednesday, Chouhan took to twitter and condoled the death. “Its gross negligence. The incident would be probed into and the guilty would be punished.” Chouhan tweeted from his personal handle.
“I express deepest sympathy on the death of the injured youth. May the almighty offers strength to the bereaved family.” His second tweet said.
In another tweet, the CM said that he was deeply hurt with the accident took place in front of the state assembly and the subsequent turn of events.
However one of his senior colleagues and the Home minister Babulal Gaur talking to media persons termed the mishap as mere accident. Posed with queries that Dial 100 police helpline van took around 25 minutes to reach out to the victim despite that fact that they claim five minutes emergency help Gaur said that they might not have received timely intimation.
After Vikas bus hit by a bus close to assembly building, he lay unattended for close to 30 minutes and after 108 ambulance did not turn up at the scene, the policemen took the grievously injured youth to 1250 hospital from where was referred to Narmada hospital and died during treatment.
Interestingly, a crowd gathered on the spot also did nothing to save the life of the injured youth as vehicles of several VVIPs passed by.