Pradeep Kumar Trivedi with photographs of his lost son
VARANASI: Pradeep Kumar Trivedi, a farmer out of Panna, Madhya Pradesh, was running from pillar to post — which overly cluttered — to follow his lost son Shiv Kumar Trivedi, that had been performing BSc from BHU, for the previous six months.
Trivedi had obtained a pledge to stay barefoot until he discovers his son. The estranged dad roams round town in the afternoon to follow his lost son and sleeps on Assi Ghat during the nighttime.
Shiv, a BSc-II pupil, was discovered unconscious at the amphitheatre floor of BHU about February 12 nighttime by another pupil Arjun Singh, that predicted 112 and cops took him into Lanka police station from where he went missing.
Bhelupur team officer Amaresh Baghel stated,”On February 12, Shiv has been attracted to Lanka police station from where he moved off the following day and vanished. As he hadn’t committed any offense, we couldn’t stop him at the police station. His father submitted a lost criticism and a case has been registered on February 16. We took all steps like publishing his photograph and details on various communication mediums but couldn’t trace him .”
“I’ve just two sons and one of these is missing because of laxity of Lanka authorities, who were not serious in distributing him although he vanished out of their custody. Former SSP Prabhakar Chawdhary took some attention which led to change of behavior of cops who’d been impolite, but my son is still lacking,” said Trivedi.
The 50-year-old daddy questions how authorities could go a youth, that wasn’t in ordinary state.
“My son stayed in a lodge at Chhittupur gate. When I couldn’t contact him for 2 days I phoned the lodge owner, who advised Shiv hasn’t returned while his cell phone and other possessions were in space. I attained Varanasi on February 16 and lodged complaint,” said Trivedi.
Originally, authorities denied Shiv was in the police station. As soon as I posted messages concerning Shiv on social networking, Arjun reacted and provided details of this criticism, he added.
“After I generated details, cops confessed that Shiv was attracted to the police station. They said he wasn’t behaving correctly and urinated in his clothing,” said Trivedi.
I kept making complaints to IG Varanasi range, ADG Varanasi Zone and about the PMO portalsite. BHU students also began a campaign on social websites to locate Shiv.
On Monday, an attorney Saurabh Tiwari, a BHU alumnus, filed a PIL in Allahabad High Court seeking its intervention in tracing Shiv.