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28-year-old Sreejith died allegedly due to torture by the Police who arrested him on 6th April night. The special investigation team on wednesday arrested three personnels of Rural Tiger Force squad - Santosh Kumar, Sumesh Raj and Jithin Raj. These three cops arrested Sreejith accusing him of attacking an aged man in Varapuzha, a small town on the fringes of kochi, who later on hung himself after the attack at his home.
Sreejith’s brother, Sajith was also arrested with him, claimed that Varapuzha SI Deepak kicking Sreejith in the abdomen. His family has also alleged that the cops were beating and kicking him on the way to the police station. Sreejith was admitted to a private hospital, where he died on 9th April. The medical report said that there were several injuries which are allegedly sustained during his custodial torture. Both medical report and autopsy confirmed that there has been a perforation in the small town and injuries in the abdomen.
The police in India is well known for their illegal behaviour though being the body to safeguard the law. Many may fear or be in doubt that are they going to get any remedies if they lose their dear ones due to police torture or the police causes any grievous harm. It is good news for them that Supreme Court recognizes that there should be a body who must be constituted to deal with such complains. Let us check how the complains can be raised:
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