Sathankulam custodial deaths: Tuticorin court dismisses bail plea of cop | Chennai News


P Jeyaraj and J Beniks

MADURAI: The bail plea of particular sub-inspector (SSI) Paldurai, who had been detained in relation to the custodial deaths of P Jeyaraj along with his son J Beniks in Sathankulam, was disregarded from the Tuticorin main district and sessions court on Friday.
The counselor looking for Paldurai said that the cop was initially working in Thattarmadam police station and had united on deputation in Sathankulam police station at 11. 30 am on June 19. The counsel submitted that Paldurai had gone to get a car test and wasn’t present in the police station once the incident occurred.
Jeyaraj’s spouse Selvarani filed an intervening petition saying that Paldurai was included from the brutal attack on her husband and son in the police station and consequently he was also responsible for their murders. The counselor looking for Selvarani flocked into the bond stating he’s an influential individual and there’s a chance of tampering the witnesses or absconding.
Public prosecutor for CBI S Vijayan filed that custodial interrogation of the accused men is required since the analysis is solely in the first phase.
Considering that the general public prosecutor’s entry, Tuticorin main district and sessions judge N Logeswaran dismissed the bail request by saying that the court wasn’t likely to permit this program.
Before this week, inspector Sridhar and sub-inspector Balakrishnan registered their bail applications prior to the Tuticorin main district and sessions court. Sridhar’s bail request was dismissed on July 13, also Balakrishnan’s was ignored on July 15.


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