According to the Dhar district police superintendent Aditya Pratap Singh, four men (all relatives and neighbours of the widow) have been booked.
Kin of the victims had alleged that the two were subjected to torture after Motu police took them in for interrogation in connection with a theft complaint in MPV-89 village.
In a letter to the Addl DGP (Human Rights Protection Cell), the SP requested for an inquiry into the matter basing on the petition filed by deceased Gobinda Kumbhar's wife Rubi Kumbhar.
Khan's family members allege that he was beaten up despite him informing the police about his neurological condition. The police turned away Khan's family when they reached the station to see him.
Two assistant superintendents, three head warders and two warders are also among the nine prison officials who will face action, the department said.
Justice Mukta Gupta directed that the case file be sent from Delhi Police to the CBI and sought a status report from it before the next date of hearing on October 28.
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Sakshi alleged that the situation did not change even after she left for Cuttack along with her husband. She alleged that she was disowned and “treated like a maid” by the family.
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Saini's kin protested outside the Kalagarh police station alleging that he had died because of being tortured by the police during interrogation.
Earlier, High Court advocate Rapolu Bhaskar moved the NHRC seeking action on the police personnel alleging that unable to bear their torture, Maryiamma died.