Hathras Stampede. 123 people died due to stampede during Bhole Baba’s satsang in Fullerai village of Hathras district of Uttar Pradesh. Now the Supreme Court will hear this case. The date of 12th July has been fixed for this.

Let us tell you that Supreme Court lawyer Vishal Tiwari demanded an early hearing on the PIL filed in this case. Chief Justice DY Chandrachud said that he has ordered to list this case for hearing. The Uttar Pradesh government has ordered an SIT investigation in this case and the SIT has submitted its report to the government along with the statements of 128 people. After this, the Yogi government has suspended 6 officers including SDM and CO.

Advocate Vishal Tiwari, who mentioned the matter before the Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, was told that the CJI has already directed to list the matter for hearing. The petition has demanded the appointment of a five-member expert committee under the supervision of a retired judge of the apex court to investigate the stampede incident. The petition states, “This horrific stampede incident raises many questions. This raises questions on the responsibility and negligence of the state government and municipal corporations. The administration failed in its attempt to monitor and the officer also failed to control the crowd gathered for the event.”

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The petition has urged the court to order the Uttar Pradesh government to submit a report related to the situation and initiate legal action against those who were negligent about security. Apart from this, the petition has also requested the states to issue guidelines to prevent stampedes and ensure public safety during large gatherings and submit a report on the medical facilities available to deal with such incidents.

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