rajasthan news: rajasthan ke udaipur ke hitendra ki russia me maut sa baad 100 din tak shav nahi pahuncha: 100 days after the death of Hitendra, a resident of Udaipur, Rajasthan, the body did not reach in Russia.
Sambrat Chaturvedi | Lipi | Updated: Oct 28, 2021, 1:58 AM
Rajasthan News: Human Rights Commission has sent a notice to the Foreign Secretary if the body did not reach the homeland after 100 days of the death of an Indian laborer in Russia. The relatives of Hitendra of Udaipur are still waiting for the dead body.
Indian laborer died in Russia
- Indian laborer died in Russia
- India did not reach the dead body even after 100 days
- Human rights commission sent notice to foreign secretary
Even after 100 days, the body of Indian laborer Hitendra Garasiya has not reached India. Now the National Human Rights Commission has come into action in this matter. Taking action on the complaint of Congress leader Charmesh Sharma, the National Human Rights Commission has sent a notice to the Foreign Secretary of the Government of India. Along with this, the commission has also said to register a case in this regard. Charmesh Sharma, a resident of Bundi, Rajasthan, had lodged a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission on October 17.
Even after 100 days, relatives are waiting for Hitendra’s body
Hitendra Garasiya, a resident of Kherwara, Udaipur, had gone to Moscow on 23 April 2021 to do wages. According to Moscow police, on the night of July 17, the body of 46-year-old Hitendra Garasiya was found in an unclaimed condition. Exactly a month later, on August 17, the Russian government sent a notice of Hitendra’s death to the Jaipur Passport Office. On August 23, information was sent by the Passport Office to Hitendra’s family members through Udaipur SP, but despite all efforts, the body of Hitendra Garasiya was not sent to India. The family is in a bad condition. Even after completing 100 days of Hitendra’s death, the Russian government did not send his body to India. Congress leader Charmesh Sharma had sent a complaint to the Human Rights Commission as well as to the Prime Minister and the President’s Office.
This complaint was filed by Charmesh Sharma, Human Rights Commission took action
In a complaint sent to the Human Rights Commission on October 17, Charmesh Sharma wrote that after the death of someone, it is a legal, natural, religious and divine right of that body to be cremated. Even after death abroad, the responsibility of transporting the body to their relatives in India is also the responsibility of the Government of India and the Indian Embassy there. Despite this, the body of Hitendra Garasiya is not being sent to India. Charmesh Sharma wrote in his complaint that the Indian Embassy has only done the formality of sending the death notice but did not discharge its duty fully. Taking action on this complaint, the Human Rights Commission issued a notice to the Indian Foreign Secretary.
Suspicion of untoward incident increased due to non-disclosure of the cause of Hitendra’s death
Charmesh Sharma said that the cause of Hitendra’s death has not yet been given by the Russian government. With this attitude, it seems that the administration there is hiding after one or the other. Suspicion also deepens because on July 17, at quarter to 12 Russian time, Hitendra talked to his son on the mobile phone. During the conversation that lasted for about 8 minutes, everything seemed normal. After this, what happened suddenly that on July 17, Hitendra’s body was found.
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