AAP's Sanjay Singh Seeks FIR Against Yogi Adityanath For Chetan Chauhan's Death
Uttar Pradesh

AAP's Sanjay Singh Seeks FIR Against Yogi Adityanath For Chetan Chauhan's Death

Sajan had narrated that Chauhan was not only ill-treated by the staff despite his position but also was not given proper treatment

Mohit Dubey

Mohit Dubey

LUCKNOW || In a significant late evening development on Sunday, Rajya Sabha member and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh field a complaint with the Lucknow police, accusing UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath, medical education minister Suresh Khanna, SGPGI director RK Dhiman for the death of cabinet minister and former cricketer Chetan Chauhan.

Singh, who is incharge of AAP for Uttar Pradesh, in his letter to the Lucknow Police commissioner Sujit Pandey has stated that Chauhan, died on August 16 due to COVID infection. He thereafter quotes the Samajwadi Party MLC Sunil Singh Sajan, who on the floor of the upper House of the UP state assembly and a day back narrated the mismanagement at the SGPGI where both he and the late cabinet minister were admitted.

Sajan had narrated that Chauhan was not only ill-treated by the staff despite his position but also was not given proper treatment. "The SP lawmaker had said on the floor of the House that the minister did not die of COVID but due to the callous attitude of the staff at the medical facility and the pathetic healthcare conditions.

The AAP leader also accused the BJP government in the state of poor treatment to the late minister based on which he was requesting for an FIR to be lodged. The SGPGI director on Sunday however trashed the allegations of the SP leader, saying that there was no truth behind this.

He in fact showed a letter written by SP leader and leader of opposition in the state assembly, Ram Govind Chowdhary in which he had praised the SGPGI doctors and staff. Chowdhary was also suffering from Coronavirus and was for long in the hospital.

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