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Another Police brutality case death in Nellai , Tamilnadu 2 cops booked

The twin murders that created police brutality condemnation inside police station not just across India but globe , another case of alleged custodial torture by tamilnadu police has surfaced in ADMK party led Government in Tamil Nadu.
 
An auto driver N Kumaresan died in a hospital 15 days after he was admitted there following alleged physical torture in police custody.
 
Relatives held a protest demanding justice late last evening post Kumaresan’s death.
 
Following protest case has been registered against two policemen, sub-inspector Chandrasekar and constable Kumar under section 174 (3) of IPC.
 
The kin of the deceased diver saidAuto driver had been called for an inquiry regarding a land dispute case. They alleged police beat him up in custody.
Social media bloggers demands the Tamilnadu state government should initiate the SEVABHARATHI ( freinds of Police ) role in the custodian deaths particularly in Tirunelveli district
In nellai ( Tirunelveli district) the nexus of Hidutva group who follow RSS principles under the baneer SEVABHARATHI in disgusie of Freindsof Police has indulge in money laundering and beating the accused inside polcie stration reports local news agencies . SEVABHARATHI Posters during pandemic been found all over cities they allege .
 
After a day of undergoing inquiry, inside Police station Kumaresan came back home and didn’t speak much.
 
Later, Kumaresan started vomiting blood and was taken to a hospital in Surandai. He was subsequently moved to Thirunelveli government hospital.
 
Doctors discovered that Kumaresan’s kidney and spleen were badly damaged. It was then he spoke about the alleged brutality by cops inside the police station he had been earlier called to over land dispute case.
 
He said he had been threatened by the cops, who wanted him not to speak to anybody about what happened inside the police station. They allegedly threatened to harm his father.
Also read : RSS Given No Permission For Joint Inspection Says Telangana Police
 
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