Mangaluru: Bajpe Police Inspector Accused of Manhandling Woman during Raid

Mangaluru: M A Muhammed, a resident of Malali in Bajpe, has complained to the city police commissioner regarding alleged manhandling of his wife Zainabi while conducting a raid on his home.

In the complaint, he has alleged that Bajpe inspector T D Nagaraj had raided his residence on Thursday around 7 pm in connection with a stabbing incident that had taken place in Gantalkatte about a month ago. Having made a forced trespass into the house, he asked for Anwar.

He also allegedly abused his daughters-in-law and pushed Zainabi, besides throwing things in the house around.

Muhammed has further stated that Nagaraj had threatened that if Anwar was not handed over to the police, he would arrest them with fake charges. He has sought action against the police officer, who while holding a responsible post, had acted in that manner.

As a result, his family members have been living in a terror-sticken state. He has added that his wife, who was already ill, had suffered a shock and now been lying in the hospital, according to Muhammed.

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