Child Right Commission registers case against cops for allegedly attacking Class 11 students

8th Jun 2021 08:30 AM | Edex Live


The Child Rights Commission has registered a case suo motu against Kattakkada police for allegedly attacking four plus-one students on Monday.

The minor boys identified as Azharudeen, Durga Fas, Harikrishnan and Abhinav were allegedly beaten by police using a cable wire when they were attending an online class near the premise of Kattakkada Yogeeswara temple.

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The police resorted to high-handedness alleging the boys were watching porn or smoking weeds, according to the students. Visiting the place, Child Rights Commission Chairman K S Manoj recorded the statements of the students. He also recorded the statement of the cops.


The chairman said he has sought a detailed report from the police and said police atrocities on children cannot be justified. Meanwhile, the police rejected the accusation and said they did not beat the students.

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