Saurabh Singh sought enquiry against S.H.O. Mauaima from Commissioner of police Prayagraj as directed by State Human Rights Commission


Be alert, U.P. Police may fabricate anyone under false charges and no remedy available against it quite obvious from order passed by U.P.H.R.C.

Grievance Status for registration number : PMOPG/E/2023/0125927

Grievance Concerns To

Name Of Complainant

Yogi M. P. Singh

Date of Receipt


Received By Ministry/Department

Prime Ministers Office

Grievance Description

An application under Article 51A of the constitution of India on behalf of Saurabh Singh alias Rajan Singh son of Tej Bahadur Singh to seek enquiry against station house officer police station Mauaima District Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh.

The fault of the victim Sourabh Singh alias Rajan Singh son of Tej Bahadur Singh is that he was requesting station house officer Mauaima to register an FIR in the matter in which victim was mercilessly beaten by the offenders.

Whether the victim and his father have no right to register a first information report against the criminal elements who assaulted the victim mercilessly in this largest democracy in the world. Undoubtedly it is travesty of justice which must be looked into by the Commissioner of Prayagraj to save the credit of the Prayagraj police.

The matter is amenable before the Commissioner of Prayagraj district Prayagraj as directed by the State human rights commission of Uttar Pradesh.

To Honourable Commissioner district prayagraj

Subject -Please direct the competent officer to check the role of the station house officer Mauaima for implicating Saurabh Singh and his father Tej Bahadur Singh under the false charges by falsely implicating under various sections of IPC to both of them.

According to the Honourable member of the State human rights commission Lucknow, in the commission remedy is available against unfair investigation by police but in commission there is no remedy if the police abuses their power and rank to implicate a person under false charges to wreak vengeance as the victim made efforts to register FIR against the criminal elements who had sympathy of the police concerned.

The Honourable member of the State human rights commission of Uttar Pradesh passed the following order in the case Diary No 1188/IN/2023 Case / File No 1085/24/4/2023

Victim Name SAURABH SINGH ALIAS RAJAN SINGH Registration Date 03/04/2023

Action Date 07/06/2023

Authority - NA


Perused the complaint of Sri Yogi M P Singh dated 31.03.2023.

It appears that the victim is an accused in case crime no 98/2023 under section 323/504/506/427/354/380 of Police Station Mauaima District Prayagraj. He alleges that he has been falsely implicated in the aforesaid case. The issue regarding the innocence of the complainant cannot be decided by the Commission as the same falls within the domain of investigation. There is no allegation in the complaint that the case is not being investigated fairly.

If the complainant has any grievance against the S.H.O. of Police Station of Mauaima he may approach the Police Commissioner, Prayagraj who shall look into the matter and pass an appropriate order.

Grievance Document

Current Status

Under process   

Date of Action


Officer Concerns To

Officer Name

Shri Bhaskar Pandey (Joint Secretary)

Organisation name

Uttar Pradesh

Contact Address

Chief Minister Secretariat , Room No. 321, U.P. Secretariat, Lucknow

Email Address

Contact Number


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