Matter is concerned with contract worker of PVVNL died on duty because of electric shocks

Matter is concerned with contract worker of Purvanchal Vidut Vitaran Nigam Limited died on duty because of electric shocks.

  

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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh

<yogimpsingh@gmail.com>

AttachmentThu, Apr 30, 2015 at 3:21 PM
To: pmosb <pmosb@pmo.nic.in>, supremecourt <supremecourt@nic.in>, urgent-action <urgent-action@ohchr.org>, “hgovup@up.nic.in” <hgovup@up.nic.in>, cmup <cmup@up.nic.in>, csup <csup@up.nic.in>
Name of contract worker-Punvasi  Age-31 years , Village-Rajapur ,Police station-Dehat Kotwali ,Acting as contract worker at Vindhyachal feeder since three years, place of tragic incidence- Village-Bhonsar , Plice station concerned where tragic incidence took place-Dehat Kotwali . Date of incidence-Tuesday i.e. 28/04/2015 ,http://yogimpsingh.blogspot.com/2015/03/whether-this-is-not-violation-human.html 
When family members were informed , then they admitted the diseased to district hospital where after primary remedy ,Doctors declared Punvasi dead. As his body was charred because of high power electric shocks.
Family member being hopeless as no accountable officer of department of electricity felt it appropriate to console the bereaved family put the corps in the middle in Mizapur-Allahabad highway nearby Rajapur Village jammed the traffic. They were demanding compensation for the bereaved family and action against those accountable for mishap. Hon’ble Sir may be pleased to take a glance of attached documents.
Hon’ble Sir. With due respect your applicant wants to ask few queries, if Hon’ble Sir deem fit, may reply following as follows.
1- Since the matter is concerned with uttar pradesh power corporation
limited as ipsofacto obvious that victim died because of supply of electricity in order to comply the order of senior rank authority even when already shutdown was taken by the victim. Whether the employer ie U.P.P.C.L. is not duty bound to pay compensation to bereaved family
whose sole care-taker died on duty of U.P.P.C.L.
2- Whether U.D.H.R. has any provision for such accidents which takes
place at work place then made available detail.
 3- Please made
available in detail, how member country india does comply the
provisions of U.D.H.R. ?
4- Whether the provisions of U.D.H.R. can provide some relief to bereaved family. If any possible
help can be sought , then please made avalable mechanism. Whether your
applicant has locus standi to do some thing for bereaved family.
                               This is humble request to you Hon’ble Sir to apprise your applicant in
respect of aforesiad queries so that your applicant may proceed forward to enquire concerned authorities in order to help bereaved
family.                                                                Yours Sincerely
                                                                           Yogi M. P. Singh
Mohalla-Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road District-Mirzapur , State-Uttar Pradesh ,India .


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2 comments on Matter is concerned with contract worker of PVVNL died on duty because of electric shocks

  1. Since the matter is concerned with uttar pradesh power corporation
    limited as ipsofacto obvious that victim died because of supply of electricity in order to comply the order of senior rank authority even when already shutdown was taken by the victim. Whether the employer ie U.P.P.C.L. is not duty bound to pay compensation to bereaved family

  2. Whether it is justified that a contract worker of department of electricity may die on duty and concerned officers of the department of electricity of government of Uttar Pradesh may not consol the bereaved family of diseased. Whether it is not obligatory duty of department to provide aid to bereaved family so that they can revive in the society. If a domestic animal die, then master feels sadness on that day but here situation of these contract workers is more deplorable.

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