New Delhi: Government to launch reward scheme soon


NEW DELHI: As the lack of concern of individuals to street mishap casualties was uncovered again after a security protect seeped to death in west Delhi, the city government today said it will soon declare a plan under which individuals, including drivers of cabs and autorickshaws, will be compensated for taking casualties to healing center.

Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain said that the legislature has arranged a draft of the plan where a motivator will be reported to guarantee prompt help to street mischance casualties in the national capital. The draft will be tabled in the Cabinet before the current month's over and after that sent to Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for his endorsement.

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The administration's turn comes a day following a 35-year-old security protect kicked the bucket on street in the wake of being hit by a speeding conveyance van in West Delhi's Subhash Nagar territory, with no bystander going to his assistance for 60 minutes while a rickshaw puller stole the casualty's cellular telephone.

The entire occurrence was caught on a CCTV camera introduced close Meraj film in Subhash Nagar where the casualty Matibul was hit by a conveyance van in the small hours.

"It is extremely shocking that nobody come to help him. Government has arranged a motivating force plan under which individuals including drivers of taxi and auto, taking street mischance casualties to doctor's facility will be compensated," the Home Minister said.

He likewise said that a Cabinet note has been set up in such manner. The proposition of the plan will soon be tabled in the Delhi Cabinet before the current month's over and in this manner, it will be sent to the Lt Governor for his last endorsement to execute the plan in the national capital.

Mr Jain said that for the most part individuals don't take street mishap casualties to closest healing facility expecting that they might be addressed by the police.

"There is additionally a Supreme Court mandate that such individuals who help accidet casualties can't be annoyed or addressed. I engage individuals to help them as it is a devout assignment to spare somebody's life," he said.

As indicated by police, Matibul was strolling back to his home close Tihar town when he was hit by the van around 3 AM yesterday. The whole episode and also the harmed Matibul lying out and about and individuals passing him by was recorded by the CCTV camera.

The recording likewise demonstrated that a rickshaw puller drew close to him and took away his telephone. The casualty was a local of West Bengal and lived in a leased convenience close Tihar town.

Police said that they got data in regards to a body lying out and about in Subhash Nagar at 7 AM, taking after which a group was raced to the spot which took it for post-mortem.

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