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UP cops refuse to take accident victims to hospital as they don't want blood stains in their car
Three police personnel of Uttar Pradesh police have been suspended after a video of them refusing to help accident victims just because the blood stains would dirty their car went viral on social media.

The two accident victims both reported to be in their teens were lying bleeding on the road and the police refused to take them to the hospital as they did not want blood stains on their car. 

The video that has gone viral on social media led to outrage among netizens against the inhuman behaviour of the policemen. According to media reports, the two boys were riding a motorbike that hit an electric pole which led to the accident. The two deceased have been identified as Sunny Gupta and Arpit Khurana. 

The two were rescued by the local public who also called the police which reached the spot but refused to take them to the hospital as it they did not want their car to be spoiled by blood stains. The two were taken to the hospital by the locals but none of them could survive and died at the hospital. 

The local residents protested against the inhuman behaviour of the policemen and demanded Rs 1 crore in compensation for the families of the victims.  

In the video, that was captured by a passerby and released on social media, a voice can be heard telling the policemen that the car can be washed. 

"When the car goes for a wash, where will we sit all night," one policeman can be heard responding.

The three policemen associated with the Saharanpur police. Along with being suspended, a departmental inquiry has also been launched against the policemen. The three policemen have been identified as head constable Inderpal Singh, constable Pankaj Kumar and constable Manoj Kumar.

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