Shocking incident happened in Odisha, police accused of beating tribal man
Victim’s wife said- Police officers beat up fiercely in police station premises, broke leg
Deputy police commissioner filed a case against the accused police officers, orders for strict action
Bhubaneswar. Shocking news from Odisha. A police officer has registered a case against himself in connection with the alleged assault on a tribal man. In this case, the names of Inspector-in-Charge of Balipatna Police Station, Kripsindhu Brar and Senior Inspector Rakesh Samal have also come to the fore. After this, there has been a ruckus in the police department.
Significantly, this matter arose when a woman complained to the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bhubaneswar. The woman told in the complaint to the Deputy Police Commissioner that two police officers beat her husband Saroj Bhoi fiercely in the Balipatna police station premises and broke one of his legs. The woman demanded action against the guilty police officers in this case.
Case registered under these sections
After this, the Deputy Police Commissioner instructed the senior officers to take action in this matter. After that a case was registered against the accused police officers under sections 341, 323, 325, 294, 506 and 34 of the IPC. Apart from this, sections 3 (1-R) and 3 (1-S) of the SCST Act were also invoked against the accused. Now the investigation of this matter will be done by the Local Assistant Commissioner of Police.
Dalit federation demanded action
In this case, the victim Bhoi alleged- ‘Inspector Incharge Kripsindhu Brar and Senior Inspector Rakesh Samal along with 5-6 other policemen beat me up in the police station. I have broken my leg. I want justice. On the other hand, Dalit Federation President Litu Das said- ‘It is a matter of concern. We demand strict action as per law against the accused police officers Inspector In-Charge Kripsindhu Brar and Senior Inspector Rakesh Samal. Both should be arrested soon.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 30, 2022, 20:25 IST