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NERELLA INCIDENT: HC seeks report from DIG – The Hans India

Hyderabad: The High Court at Hyderabad has questioned the Telangana state government as to why no case was registered against police officials concerned in Nerella torture case despite the victims making complaints.

Making the Karimnagar Range  Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) as a Respondent on its own, the High Court ordered him to submit a detailed report on the suspension of Sub-Inspector of Police in this case.

“If the SI was performing his duties of safeguarding the law and order in the area, as you claim, then instead of promoting him, why did you suspend him.” the Court asked the DIG.

The division bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice J. Uma Devi gave these directions on Wednesday, while hearing the Public Interest Litigation petition filed by Civil Liberties Committee president Gaddam Lakshman seeking a CBI probe into the recent police atrocities and torture of Dalits in Nerella village.

Telangana Additional Advocate General J Ramchander Rao submitted to the bench in a sealed cover a report by Warangal MGM Hospital doctors who treated the victims on the orders of the High Court during the previous hearing.

The bench directed the Jail Superintendent to furnish a report on the injuries of the victims at the time of their remand. It also sought a report from Karimnagar Civil Hospital where the victims were first treated.

The bench sought details of the incident from the AAG, who informed the Court that after an accident involving a sand lorry in the village that resulted in a death of a villager, the mob attacked the police and in trying to disperse them these incidents happened. For this an SI of police had been suspended. He alleged that there is a political angle behind the agitation and the court is being used as a platform for this.

The counsel for the petitioner V Raghunath, in his arguments, said the AAG was distorting the matter and he cited how the report from Karimnagar Civil Hospital was shown as though the victims were admitted for fever. The bench observed that all aspects of the case would be dealt by the court after receiving the reports. The case was adjourned to August 30.

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High Court seeks full-fledged report on Nerella incident – NYOOOZ

  • High Court seeks full-fledged report on Nerella incident

    Summary: The government told the court that when there was violence, the police intervened and then both received injuries. A division bench of Hyderabad High Court comprising Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice Uma Devi on Wednesday wanted full-fledged reports from the jail superintendent and hospital regarding the injuries to villagers of Nerella near Siricilla after they were tackled by police. The bench said that it wants to see the details on how all the injured received similar injuries on the same parts of the body. It sought to know what the injuries were and when the villagers were handed over to the Jail Superintendent. J. Ramachandra Rao, additional advocate general for Telangana said that the injured are addressing press conferences from the hospital.

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    A division bench of Hyderabad High Court comprising Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice Uma Devi on Wednesday wanted full-fledged reports from the jail superintendent and hospital regarding the injuries to villagers of Nerella near Siricilla after they were tackled by police. The bench was dealing with public interest petition filed by Civil Liberties Committee president Gaddam Lakshman who was seeking a CBI probe into the issue and stringent punishment to the police officers who tortured the Dalit youth. When a lorry carrying illegal sand killed a person there was protest. A lorry was burnt , As Reported By Hindu.

    According to the Newspaper,Then the police picked up eight youths from three villages and brutally tortured them at the behest of sand mafia, Raghunath, counsel for the petitioner said. The bench earlier deputed two doctors from Warangal MGM hospital to study the condition of the six youths who were still getting treatment from a private hospital in Vemulavada in Karimnagar district. The government told the court that when there was violence, the police intervened and then both received injuries. J. Ramachandra Rao, additional advocate general for Telangana said that the injured are addressing press conferences from the hospital.

    Source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Hyderabad/high-court-seeks-full-fledged-report-on-nerella-incident/article19504701.ece[1]

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High Court seeks full-fledged report on Nerella incident

  • High Court seeks full-fledged report on Nerella incident

    Summary: The government told the court that when there was violence, the police intervened and then both received injuries. A division bench of Hyderabad High Court comprising Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice Uma Devi on Wednesday wanted full-fledged reports from the jail superintendent and hospital regarding the injuries to villagers of Nerella near Siricilla after they were tackled by police. The bench said that it wants to see the details on how all the injured received similar injuries on the same parts of the body. It sought to know what the injuries were and when the villagers were handed over to the Jail Superintendent. J. Ramachandra Rao, additional advocate general for Telangana said that the injured are addressing press conferences from the hospital.

    Careerz n Coursez

    A division bench of Hyderabad High Court comprising Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice Uma Devi on Wednesday wanted full-fledged reports from the jail superintendent and hospital regarding the injuries to villagers of Nerella near Siricilla after they were tackled by police. The bench was dealing with public interest petition filed by Civil Liberties Committee president Gaddam Lakshman who was seeking a CBI probe into the issue and stringent punishment to the police officers who tortured the Dalit youth. When a lorry carrying illegal sand killed a person there was protest. A lorry was burnt , As Reported By Hindu.

    According to the Newspaper,Then the police picked up eight youths from three villages and brutally tortured them at the behest of sand mafia, Raghunath, counsel for the petitioner said. The bench earlier deputed two doctors from Warangal MGM hospital to study the condition of the six youths who were still getting treatment from a private hospital in Vemulavada in Karimnagar district. The government told the court that when there was violence, the police intervened and then both received injuries. J. Ramachandra Rao, additional advocate general for Telangana said that the injured are addressing press conferences from the hospital.

    Source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Hyderabad/high-court-seeks-full-fledged-report-on-nerella-incident/article19504701.ece[1]

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