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Probe Ordered To Check Police Lapse | Thiruvananthapuram News – Times of India

Thiruvananthapuram: Thiruvananthapuram Range DIG R Nishanthini has ordered a probe to check whether there was any lapse from the side of police over the incident in which a 15-year-old boy was mowed down by Pulinkode native Priyaranjanat on August 30.
Despite having the CCTV visuals of the crime and parents of the boy raising suspicion that it was murder, police initially treated it as an accident case and registered a case under bailable section of IPC 304 for causing death by negligence. Later, the parents released the CCTV visuals through media and police were compelled to alter the section in the FIR to 302 of IPC for murder and the accused was taken into custody. The DIG ordered an inquiry after considering these facts.
Additional Superintendent of Police MK Zulfiqer has been tasked to submit a report of the inquiry as well.
“It is not confirmed that there was a lapse from the side of the police, but we have to verify it. We usually conduct inquiries on all such sensational cases. In accordance with the report, we will take further actions,” said Nishanthini.
“We will take him into custody again as the evidence collection in the case is not yet over. He must be interrogated more,” said a probe officer. The custody application will be before the court on Monday.
“As per the recommendation of the top cops, we will collect his blood samples for chemical analysis as well to check whether he was a drug addict or not,” added the officer.
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