UP pharmacist’s family blames Haryana police for custodial death


Bijnor, Oct 25 (IANS) The group of a drug store proprietor, who died in the care, has faulted Haryana police for the custodial passing.

Sanjeev Kumar, who possessed a drug store in Sevaram region in Bijnor locale of Uttar Pradesh, was captured by the Haryana Police on October 15 for a situation under the Opiate Medications and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act and the Medications and Beauty care products Act.


The Haryana Police welcomed him to the Bijnor region on remand on Saturday and they remained in an inn on Saturday night.

As per the Haryana Police, Sanjeev Kumar attempted to escape from its guardianship by going through a second-floor window and died subsequent to falling, Representative Director of Police Gajendra Singh said.

Haryana Cop Pradeep Kumar who was going with Sanjeev Kumar, said he was raced to a neighborhood medical clinic in a basic condition and later alluded to the locale medical clinic, where specialists pronounced him dead.

Sanjeev Kumar’s brother Pawan has held up an objection with the police charging that exorbitant badgering and attack by the Haryana Police prompted the demise.

The Haryana Police had additionally captured Sanjeev Kumar’s partner and medication provider Rashid for the situation.

Agent Administrator of Police Gajendra Singh said the matter was being examined.