Kerala Police Accused Of Making “Casteist Comments”, Deny Allegations The chairman of the Kerala State Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Commission commission termed the police movement as “high-passed” and stated a document has been called from the Alappuzha SP regarding the incident.
The Kerala State Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Commission on Sunday known as for a report from the police concerning allegations that its officer illegally entered homes in a Dalit colony in Haripad vicinity of Alappuzha district of the country and made casteist comments against some citizens there.
Speaking to PTI, the chairman of the commission, BS Mavoji termed the police movement as “excessive-surpassed” and stated a file has been referred to as from the Alappuzha SP concerning the incident.
“I sense it was a high-exceeded method of the police,” he said.
He similarly stated the fee on its very own took up the difficulty based on information reviews concerning the incident.
Mr Mavoji additionally said residents of the colony known as up the fee claiming that police carried out an unlawful raid and made casteist comments against human beings there.
The incident had came about at the intervening night time of June 4-five put up middle of the night.
According to the police, officials on ordinary patrol inside the colony had observed folks standing beside a bike outdoor one of the houses and had questioned them as to why they were there overdue in the night.
While they were being puzzled, other citizens of the colony additionally got here out and objected to the police thinking the duo, stated an officer of Kareelakulangara police station, within whose jurisdiction the region falls.
The officer said with greater human beings turning up, the state of affairs escalated and the locals blocked the police jeep, removed its key and also assaulted the police officers.
Subsequently, more police employees beneath the management of Kayamkulam Deputy SP had to be referred to as in to rescue the officials and arrest 3 individuals who had actively obstructed the officers from doing their obligation, the officer said.
He additionally denied the allegations of nearby residents, specifically some women, that police entered their homes through pressure, assaulted the women and known as them via derogatory names.
The officer stated it became the patrolling officials who were abused and assaulted by a number of the residents in the colony.
He said a case beneath Sections 146 (rioting), 332 (voluntarily inflicting hurt to discourage public servant from his obligation) and 353 (assault or criminal pressure to discourage public servant from discharge of his duty) of the Indian Penal Code has been lodged and three humans had been arrested.
He additionally said primarily based on further investigation, police will determine on whether to make greater arrests.