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UP cops deny help, leave 2 teens to die, to ‘avoid blood stains on car seats’

In an appalling incident, 2 youths died after their bike rammed into an electric pole and they fell into a canal. After the incident, police who were night patrolling in the area, refused to help two accident victims lying in a pool of blood to ‘avoid blood stains in the car’. This entire incident was caught on camera.

In a video that has gone viral, two teenagers lay bleeding on the road with three policemen just standing around doing nothing. The incident took place at Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district, the police officials were also heard asking people to ‘hold on’, when they were trying to lift the two boys off the road.

Even after repeated requests from an acquaintance of one of the two teenagers, the policemen stood firm with their decision to not take them in.

“If the car gets washed, then where will we sit all night?” one of the officers is heard saying after a bystander requests them to take the boys to the hospital. “They are also somebody’s children…I request you,” an acquaintance of one of the teenagers is heard saying.

According to a report in NDTV, the two victims were identified as Arpit Khurana and Sunny, both 17-years of age.

The two youths were seen lying motionless on the road, with the motorbike nearby. The policemen continued to stand around. The police officers were on patrolling duty as part of the Uttar Pradesh Police’s Dial 100 project.

The two youths died by the time another patrol car arrived and took them to a hospital. The two boys were declared dead on arrival at the hospital.

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