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According to police, the constable, identified as G Dinesh Kumar, was on leave on Friday.
He alleged they were going home after New Year celebrations when they were beaten up by a group of 15 people. They were later taken to the station and beaten up by the police.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court has directed DGP C Sylendra Babu to transfer a case pertaining to a man’s suicide following alleged custodial torture by police, to the CB-CID.
The policemen on duty on the road intervened and tried to take Aravind into custody mistaking him for a miscreant.
A bench of the High Court directed the District Principal and Sessions Judge, Nalgonda district, to conduct the judicial probe and submit a report within 60 days.
Brutality of Kerala Police at the fore again as autorickshaw driver taken into custody by mistake faces spine injury
The cops later came to know that they had picked up the wrong person and released Kumar after giving him Rs 500 for ayurvedic massage.
Arun Raj, a native of Attingal has been admitted to the Government Hospital at Valiyakunnu at Attingal.
The police claimed that the man complained of chest pain after his arrest was recorded on Monday morning and died on the way to a private hospital.
The order explains that for the purpose of this rule, “harassment does not include the right of police to make any inquiry as per the procedure established by law.”
All police stations in the state will get 12 CCTV cameras each with a voice recording feature and these will be connected to the respective district police headquarters.
The DME also directed the superintendents/principals of the MCHs to depute senior-most doctors to carry out medical screening of persons brought from police custody.
The fiance of Thenhipalam Pocso case victim, who was found hanging last Wednesday, has levelled serious allegations against a police officer who was then at Feroke station.
Expressing grief over the death of a disabled man after his arrest by Namakkal police, Chief Minister MK Stalin on Sunday announced a solatium of Rs 10 lakh to his family.