Jaipur, Apr 2 (ANI): The Rajasthan Government has said that the case of state police personnel selling the dead bodies of unidentified people was not a criminal act, but a lapse. hough the State government has accepted the lapse by the Gandhinagar police, it does not consider it to be a criminal act.
It has been reported that the Rajasthan Home Minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal told the House on March 30 that there have been irregularities, but no crime has been committed. hariwal said that action would be taken on the complaint by a man, who lost his 19-year-old son in 2009, and alleged that his dead body was sold by the Gandhinagar police.eanwhile, the probing officials are now questioning the complainant Rajkumar Soni, whose application exposed what could be a huge racket of selling unidentified dead bodies run by the Rajasthan Police.
He has filed an FIR against the Superintendent of Police and co-administrator of the medical college and demanded a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry into the entire matter.Gandhinagar police is involved in the scam, so I want a probe by higher authorities or the CBI," said Soni.
Soni has charged the Gandhinagar police of selling the dead body of his 19-year old son in 2009.t has been reported that Soni's body was found injured in a park in Gandhinagar on May 25, 2009 and he died in the hospital the next day.
The police have been charged of giving away his body to a local medical college for research, without notification or any efforts to identify the body as per law. (ANI)