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Chennai death in Reservation: CCTV footage shows Young men running and chasing them & hit by the police

After two weeks of a 25-year old man He died after allegedly being beaten up At the police station in Chennai, unverified CCTV footage has appeared online It allegedly shows the man running on road, fall down and beating up by two policemen. The footage of her once again sparked controversy on Torture in detention and giving weight to the man’s family, allegations that he died as a result of torture at the hands of police.

On April 18, Colony Secretariat Police arrested Vignesh and his friend Suresh from an auto rickshaw. for He is said to have ginja near Kellys signal in The city. The police claimed that Vignesh tried attack With them with knife and they managed it escape. Subsequently, they were taken to the Secretariat Colony Police Station. After hours, on April 19, Vignesh . Announced dead on arrival at the police took He took him to the hospital saying he vomited after breakfast and had an epileptic fit.

In the video, a man can be seen running from main The road to a narrow road street and fall down after losing balance. Two policemen chased him and one of They can be seen hitting him at once with a stick. A policeman can be seen picking up something from the ground.

The secretariat colony police weren’t either available for comment.

After Vignesh’s deathfor him family He made a fuss and cried saying that he died due to police brutality and claimed that Rs 1 lakh was paid to keep my mum on The issue. Opposition parties jumped in and demanded government take action against officers.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Then MK Stalin announced solatium of 10 lakh rupees to Vignesh’s relatives, he said government He will bear Suresh’s medical expenses and transfer the case to the CB-CID. Sub-inspector, police officer and A home The guard was placed under suspension.


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