Even if the offending car was identified in the accident death, the court directs the officer who filed the untrace report to be punished.

Delhi court has urged the Commissioner of Police to assess the omission of an Investigation Officer in a road accident death lawsuit . Harish Kumar was killed in a traffic accident caused by convict Nitin Mehta on March 17, 2014, in the Sarita Vihar district of South East Delhi .

New Delhi (India), November 30: A Delhi court has urged the Commissioner of Police (CP) to assess the omission of an Investigation Officer (IO) in a road accident death lawsuit and take appropriate remedial steps.The police officer had remained indifferent and insensitive to the victim's situation, according to the court.Harish Kumar was killed in a traffic accident caused by convict Nitin Mehta on March 17, 2014, in the Sarita Vihar district of South East Delhi.The court has sent a copy of the judgment to the Commissioner of Police, asking that the matter be investigated, which is included in the IOSHO list, and taking appropriate remedial action in the case.

He was found guilty of murdering his partner due to his negligence.He was sentenced to two years in jail.After dismissing the original petition, the Court was directed to bring Nitin Mehta into prison for the remainder of his life.The court found that the appellant's plea for leniency had been rejected, and that the present appeal, while considering the new trial, was rejected because of the appellant's indolence and insensitivity to the case of the victim's situation, which the judge attributed to the higher echelon of Delhi Police, who left no stone unturned to press the charge.

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