Non-bailable case against ADGP’s daughter, driver

Published: 15th June 2018 02:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2018 02:15 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: MUSEUM police have registered a non-bailable case against ADGP Sudesh Kumar’s daughter for allegedly manhandling a driver attached with the entourage of the officer.
Based on the complaint filed by the officer’s daughter she was attacked, the driver was also charged with a non-bailable case.

The complaint against ADGP’s daughter was filed by Gavaskar, who is attached to the SAP camp. Sudesh Kumar is currently serving as head of Armed Police Battalion. Gavaskar alleged he was hit on his neck and shoulder by the officer’s daughter with her mobile phone. Police sources said the incident happened on Thursday morning when the ADGP’s daughter and wife were driven to Kanakakunnu palace ground for morning walk.

Gavaskar said he had recently complained to the ADGP about his daughter’s rough behaviour towards him and that might have led to the incident. Based on the complaint filed by the ADGP’s daughter, a woman officer was sent to record her statement, police sources said. Despite repeated attempts, neither Sudesh nor his family was available for comment.

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