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Bengaluru: Three police officers force man to smoke ganja, book false case; suspended


Team Udayavani, Jul 24, 2021, 10:19 AM IST

Bengaluru: Three police officers, including a female officer, were suspended on charges of booking a false case against a man in Bengaluru following an internal inquiry.

RMC yard police inspector Parvathamma, sub-inspector Anjinappa, and another police personnel have been suspended.

They had demanded a bribe from a street vendor and he allegedly refused to pay, following which they forced him to smoke ganja and booked a ganja consumption case. The man had attempted suicide over the incident.

After the allegations, an internal inquiry was ordered, sub-inspector Anjinappa had also tried to fix the deputy commissioner of police conducting an inquiry in the case through a sting operation. But was eventually caught.

The three have now been suspended from service.

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