Sathankulam Case: Madras high court directs CB-CID DSP to research until CBI takes over instances | Chennai News


MADURAI: The Madras high court on Tuesday led Tirunelveli CB-CID deputy superintendent of police Anil Kumar to take over the research to the custodial deaths of P Jayaraj of Sathankulam and his sonJ Beniks.
The court passed over the investigation into the CB-CID DSP later it expressed concern on the likelihood of the disappearance of proof from the custodial deaths until the CBI occurs over the scenarios.
Earlier in the afternoon, a division bench of Justice P N Prakash and Justice B Pugalendhi searched the answer of the Tamil Nadu authorities on creating an interim arrangement prior to shifting the investigation into the CB-CID or the DIG Tirunelveli scope until the CBI takes over the evaluation.
The court adjourned the suo motu public interest lawsuit till noon for hearing the nation’s response. After hearing resumed, added advocate general K Chellapandian filed the DIG Tirunelveli range will assume the investigation.
But, the judges led the Tirunelveli CB-CID DSP Anil Kumar to take over the evaluation because an interim arrangement until the CBI takes over the evaluation.
The judges discovered that they didn’t need to postpone as the public assurance shouldn’t be lost. The courts stated a perusal of this preliminary postmortem report along with the report filed by the Kovilpatti judicial magistrate — predicated on the announcement supplied by a policewoman — revealed a prima facie material was made available to register a case under Section 302 (murder) of the IPC.


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