10-01-201910-01-2019 18:44:20 IST
2019-01-10T13:14:20.366Z10-01-2019 2019-01-10T13:14:16.715Z - - 08-04-2020
Andhra Pradesh DGP RP Thakur was summoned National Commission for Scheduled Castes(NCSC) on Wednesday over the alleged third degree torture of YS Jagan attacker Srinivas. The Mala Welfare Association had lodged an official complaint with NCSC about the police brutality
As per the reports of the DGP had informed the commission that Vishakhapatnam Commissioner Mahesh Chandra Laddha will be attanding to the summons with detailed reports. Even Mahesh Chandra failed to attend the meeting leaving Assistant Commissioner of Police, Nageshwar Rao to appear before the commission.
The ACP was slammed by the Commission for disrespecting the proceedings and the hearing was postponed. The Telangana Mala Welfare Association President Battula Ram Prasad, Srinivas’s brother Subha Rao were also present in the meeting.
A petition was filed with the National Commission for Scheduled Castes earlier in November on brutality against Srinivas by the police. The DGP of Andhra Pradesh, was asked to submit the information regarding the investigation and other facts in 30 days.
The representatives from Mala Welfare Association stated that Srinivas is being used as a scape goat as the elections are approaching. He further demanded special protection for Srinivas.
Details were later submitted by the police regarding the case denying the brutality against the accused.
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