Assam Police officer allegedly beats man in Boko Police Station

Assam Police officer allegedly beats man in Boko Police Station

BOKO: An Assam Police feminine officer allegedly beat a person in Boko Police Station on Monday. Jakir Hussain (25) from Kalahikash village in Champupara Bazar space below Boko Police station filed a case in Gauhati Excessive Courtroom below part 107 for risk to his life on August 20. Hussain stated that he went to Boko Police station on August 21 to submit the court docket paperwork of his case, however he couldn’t meet the officer in-charge of Boko PS. So he went to Boko PS the following day as soon as once more. After that, the sub-inspector of Boko PS, Julie Das requested for his cell phone and allegedly his paperwork which he had carried with him. After that he was saved sitting in a room the entire day.

Alternatively, Boko OC Phanindra Nath stated that Hussain got here to Boko PS on August 22 as a dealer in a case associated to a girl. OC Nath alleged that Jakir Hussain is effectively generally known as a dealer within the Champupara space. He had some argument with SI Julie Das so she saved him sitting the entire day.

Jakir Hussain additionally alleged that on the night on August 22, he was transferred to a different room by the feminine officer and Ali residence guard. After that they locked the room and SI Julie Das ordered the house guard Ali to beat Hussain. Ali beat him with a strick on his thighs and later SI Julie Das additionally allegedly beat him. Later, he was taken for medical check-up to the Boko Major Well being Centre. He additionally alleged that earlier than the medical check-up, SI Julie Das threatened him to not inform something about being overwhelmed in entrance of the docs and different folks, together with the media.

Alternatively, SI Julie Das dismissed the allegations and stated that Hussain had come to fulfill her as a dealer of a case, so she made him sit the entire day and later within the night, she despatched him to Boko Hospital for medical examination and after getting the medical report, she let Jakir Hussain go.

Alternatively, Hussain alleged that after getting info from his members of the family, his sisters got here to Boko PS within the night and so they requested SI Das to free their brother. “To free me, SI Das requested for Rs 50,000 however my sisters gave her Rs 10,000. After that SI Das freed me,” stated Jakir Hussain. Later within the night time, Jakir Hussain was admitted to the Goroimari Major Well being Centre for remedy.

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