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Accidental death

Posted by VENKATA RAMANA MURTY INGUVA



One person died on 11/8/2016 by electrocution on railway Track. Based on local information by GRP they themselves made a FIR on us under section 304 & 304A of IPC. I am working in that area, but the location of the deceased person is not covered in the preview of our working area.
Facts are:- Work was completed on dt.3/8/2016 and electrically commissioned and are in service by Govt. Authorities, and informed all workers not to go to site any type of work. :- (a) regarding location of deceased person the same location is not covered in the preview of our working area. (b) the deceased person is not in the list of authorised workmen submitted to Govt. authorities for Carrying out the subject work. (c) As there was 'no work exists after energization', we are not present at the site of work or on date of incident. Hence, we are not committed a tort (civil wrong), either intentionally or through negligence. The possibility is that the death might have occurred due to the person's own negligence (self -inflicted) or possible background habits.
In the above circumstances am i come under sec.304A. what are the measures to quash FIR.


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