NHRC informed UP govt about the high voltage of the wire in the school

New Delhi: The National Commission for Human Rights (NHRC) has met the motto of media reports that 55 school children suffered burns from burns because the high-voltage wire dropped to state primary school in Utraulla Techsil in the Balrampur district of Uttar Pradesh on July 15, 2019 .
Allegedly, there were at least 100 children at the school when the event occurred.
The Commission noted that the content of the news, if it is true, triggers a serious issue of human rights violations. Accordingly, it issued notifications to the Secretary-General, Uttar Pradesh’s Government, and the Madhyanchal Vidyut Chairman of Vitran Nigam Limited, Uttar Pradesh, inviting a detailed report on the matter within four weeks.
The Commission would like to know about the status of medical treatment to injured young students, as well as the steps taken by the authorities to prevent such incidents in the future. The Commission also expects the state government to report on the status of assistance provided to student victims.
The Commission further noted that the reported incident shows the irresponsible and negligent behavior of the authorities in Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam. The school authorities were to take the necessary steps to get a high-voltage electrical cable of 11000 kv. He went over the school building. Interested authorities can not avoid their responsibility to provide adequate security for pupils at school. Many people suffered serious injuries and lost their lives due to electric shock, bad and old electrical wires, broken electric columns and faulty transformers, etc. Uttar Pradesh.
The commission met many such incidents and recommended ex-gratia relief to victims. It insists that the state government and the competent authorities take effective steps to properly maintain the electricity supply infrastructure so that valuable human lives are not lost in fatal accidents.
According to media reports, on July 16, For years, District Judge Balrampur suspended the services of the contract line and also placed a skillful cooler under suspension. It was also stated that an investigation of the department against a younger engineer was proposed. The news further revealed that the chief minister, Uttar Pradesh, asked the director of the Madhyanchal Vidyut project, Vitran Nigam Limited, to determine the cause of the accident and to submit a report within 24 hours.

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