Six cops booked for pounding the life out of man in custody
Six suspended policemen, including an examiner, have been occupied for purportedly killing a 28-year-old dalit man in authority while exploring a burglary case, police said today.
Nitin Balu Sathye was captured on May 27 by the Kotwali police from Jawale town in Parner tehsil, around 40 kms from here, amid examination of a robbery, CID’s Deputy Superintendent of Police Suhas Jagtap told PTI here.
The police had supposedly kept the man exposed in authority and without taking after fitting lawful system, he said.
The man attempted to flee in an exposed state from the police headquarters, yet was gotten by the cops who brought him back and supposedly beat him up severely in authority, he said.
Later, Sathye was taken a private healing center by the police where he was proclaimed dead.
The case was later exchanged to the CID which, after a test, booked the six policemen – Inspector Dnyaneshwar Dhokale, Sub-overseer Vishwanath Nimase, and constables Sanjay Dalimbkar, Hemant Khandagale, Sadik J Shaikh and Sandip M Shinde – yesterday under pertinent segments of IPC, including murder, furthermore under the SC/ST Act, Jagtap said.
Taking after the episode, all the six policemen were suspended a month ago.
In the mean time, Residential Deputy Collector Rajendra Patil said that Rs one lakh help from the Chief Minister’s store will soon be given over to the perished’s crew.