The police stopped and insulted an eight years old girl and her father in a public place, falsely claiming they had stolen a cop’s mobile phone. The tragedy for the family happened at Attingal in the Trivandrum district.
We have witnessed in many cases that innocent people were victims of police brutality. The gathered people forced police to search for the phone in the police vehicle, and they found it in the cop’s bag.
Jayachandran and her daughter have come to the place to watch the ISRO machinery that is passing through. While they were standing near a pink police car, a civil police officer, Rajetha, started checking them, claiming her phone was missing.
The young girl started screaming and trying to convince the police that they were innocent. However, they were not bothered to listen to them; they intended to stamp a robbery label on them.
Rajetha, the police officer also humiliated the innocent father and child, claiming a person looked like Jayachandran did a gold robbery along with a girl and tried to establish that they were criminals in public.
Many have raised their voice against the cops who misuse their power over the public. A comment on the social platform says the cop intends to loot money from the victim, and it needs to be enquired about by senior authorities.
People also state that natives who are not wealthy don’t have any human rights in front of the Kerala police, and demands an immediate disciplinary action against the offender for exploiting power.
The public police trial video went viral in a few hours, and the child human rights commission interfered in the case and was given instructions to submit a detailed report.