Three policemen were suspended today in connection with the alleged death of a 26-year-old man in police custody in Varappuzha.
Police, in the case of Sreejith who died on Monday following alleged custodial torture, seem to have failed to follow the procedures required while taking a person into custody.
When Sreejith was admitted to the hospital he had complained about severe abdominal pain, difficulty to urinate and vomiting.
It was on last Thursday that a video was widely circulated on social media in which a nursing assistant, identified as R Sunilkumar, was seen twisting and snapping the fingers of a bed-ridden patient.
The meeting was convened in the wake of a recent video showing the hospital staffer’s cruelty towards a patient.
Road accidents claimed a total of 385 lives in the district in 2017 while 402 persons succumbed to accident injuries in 2016
The officials have identified 36 accident-prone zones in Kasargod district, but nothing particular has been done to keep the speeding vehicles in check.
Be it unscientific alignment, lack of width of roads, rash driving or scant regard for rules, fatal mishaps are a daily occurrence. Express examines
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