No evidence against superior officers: Kerala government on Nedumkandam custodial death case
By The Indian Express 23-Aug-2019
The affidavit stated that the contacts of these officers with the accused over mobile phone were all checked and only routine calls were made. It also stated that the state had decided to hand over the investigation to the CBI.The police team had questioned more than 304 witnesses and recorded their statements.
The direct evidence and other supporting circumstantial evidence unerringly pointed to the involvement of all the accused police officers. The accused persons brutally tortured the victim Rajkumar while in custody. He was unable to stand or walk and was always lying down.
Therefore, the assistance of a local Ayurvedic physician was also sought by the accused officers on June 14 and the following day.The affidavit was filed in response to a petition filed by the wife and children of Rajkumar seeking a CBI probe.
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