Udupi: Police to reopen cases of Atrocities on Members of SC/ST Community

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Udupi: The District Police will re-open cases of atrocities on members of the SC/ST community which the police had filed under a ‘B-summary’ report, said Annamalai K., District Superintendent of Police. He was answering a question raised by Dalit leaders on police filing ‘B-summary’ report due the lack of evidence in a meeting held at the District Police Office, here on March 28.

The members of SC/ST community appealed to the SP to provide the list of the cases relating to atrocities on their community members where the police have filed ‘B-summary’ report due to lack of evidence. Annamalai said that the cases will be reopened for which the leaders of SC/ST community demanded re-investigation.

A complaint filed by a Dalit woman on the missing of her service register was filed and the police filed a B-summary report without thorough investigation of the case said a Dalit community leader. SP Annamalai K said that the case will be re-investigated to clear the confusion.

A delegation of Dalit leaders demanded the detention of a Kundapur Tahsildar for allegedly converting land costing 3.61 crores in relation to Ambedkar Bhavan in the name of a deceased person. The SP said that he will bring it to the notice of the Deputy Commissioner and follow up the issue.

The Dalit community leaders from Kundapur appealed to the Superintendent of Police to initiate stringent measures on gambling activities in Kundapur. The SP said that he will brief the officials to keep strict vigil on such activities.

Jayan Malpe said that a speaker in a local channel during an interview had expressed his views to burn the Indian Constitution. He urged the police to initiate stringent action against the speaker for derogatory remarks on the Indian Constitution. The SP said that the case has been registered and he will initiate action on the same as legal advice has been sought.

A case of robbery of mobile phones of two youth from the green rooms during the Yuvajana Mela has been filed but the police have failed to detain the accused, said a Dalit leader. The SP said that he will look into the case and will initiate an investigation. Another Dalit leader appealed to the police to control issuing license to the flood light cricket tournaments on weekdays as youth indulge in the consumption of liquor and smoking. The SP assured necessary action.

Additional SP Santosh Kumar; DySP’s of Sub-Divisions, CPI’s, PSI’s and Dalit community members were also present.

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