In the appeal, the government stated that the single judge was wrong to rely heavily on the visuals downloaded from social media that have no authenticity, the government said.
She was trying to locate her own phone, and acting virtually as a judge, jury and executioner in her own case, the government said.
The experience Jayachandran G and his eight-year-old girl had to go through after an officer with the Pink police falsely accused them of theft was harrowing.
After watching footage of the incident online, Justice Devan Ramachandran said the incident was very disturbing and that he was pained to see the child crying when the police officer reprimanded her
She also sought a declaration that the state government is liable to pay a compensation of Rs 50 lakh for the officer’s action.
The only action taken against the officer was a transfer to a favourable location, the counsel said and sought stringent action against her.
She also sought a declaration that the state government is liable to pay a compensation of Rs 50,00,000 for the act of the officer
Besides, the pink booth will also be manned by all woman staff who will work to resolve the grievances of citizens and take immediate legal action on their complaints.
In her report filed before DGP Anil Kant, South Zone IG Harshita Attaluri said though cop CP Rejitha had made a mistake, she was already punished.
While going to Moonnumukku near Attingal on her dad’s two-wheeler, she was enthusiastic about the prospect of seeing the giant ISRO machinery being transported on a truck.