National Desk: Tehsildar allegedly kicked him vigorously when a frog failed to act as a punishment for violation of the public curfew applicable for the prevention of Kovid-19 in the town of Depalpur in Madhya Pradesh's Indore district. Granted. On the complaint of a citizen accompanying the video of this incident, Justice Narendra Kumar Jain, Chairman of the State Human Rights Commission, on Monday summoned the report of the Commissioner of Indore, the District Magistrate of Indore and the Tehsildar of Depalpur, within a week.
An official of the Commission gave this information. The incident came to light in the town of Depalpur, 40 km from Indore, on Sunday. The video of the incident went viral on social media. In this, police and administration officials are seen punishing those who were walking outside in violation of public curfew, to walk the frog gait (sitting on the ground on both feet and leaping like a frog). According to eyewitnesses, these people were being driven in a procession in the town to the tune of drums by making a frog move and one of these people was unable to play a frog due to some trouble, a tehsildar angrily threw the body of the person K allegedly kicked strongly in the back.
When asked about this incident, District Magistrate Manish Singh told reporters on Monday, "The (Tehsildar) act he did was totally wrong and I have scolded him for this as well." The District Magistrate also said, whenever the Epidemic Disease Act comes into force, no person can say that only he / she is responsible for his / her life. The administration remains responsible for his life. If that person commits any negligence, then there is definitely a penalty.
Significantly, Indore is the most affected district of Kovid-19 in the state where Janata curfew (partial lockdown) is in place to prevent the second wave of epidemic. During the curfew, people are allowed to leave the house only when there is urgent work. According to government figures, a total of 1,16,280 patients of corona virus infection have been found since March 24, 2020 in a district with a population of about 3.5 million. Of these, 1,163 people have died during treatment.