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21 Nov 2018, Edition - 1226, Wednesday

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Police probing case involving cops improper, says Kerala HC

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Kochi: Kerala High Court today said it was not proper for police to investigate a case in which cops were accused.

The State Government should file a detailed affidavit on the issue of seeking CBI probe into it, the court said while considering a petition filed by the window of Sreejit who died in police custody near here recently.

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The Government said the police probe was going in the right direction and four persons had already been arrested.

Sreejit’s widow Akhila had sought Rs 1 crore compensation for her husband’s death and a CBI probe.

The court will hear the case on May 4.