Magisterial probe ordered into Mahi's death
By PTI - NEW DELHI
24th June 2012 11:51 PM
Haryana government on Sunday ordered a magisterial probe into the death of four-year-old girl Mahi after falling into an abandoned borewell.
"A magisterial inquiry has been ordered in the case," Gurgaon district magistrate PC Meena told PTI.
He said a case has also been registered against Rohatash Tayal, the landowner who had dug up the borewell.
Tayal has been absconding and the state police have sent out two teams to trace him.
Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda condoled the death of Mahi and said her family would be adequately compensated.
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