POLICE PUSHED ME ONTO THE GROUND, SAYS WIFE OF MAN CHARGED IN THAIPUSAM INCIDENT

The wife of a man charged over the scuffle at a Thaipusam procession lodged a police report against three police officers, who she claims had pushed her onto the ground during the incident.

The police response below.

“In response to media queries, the Police confirmed that it received a report on 4 February 2015 from a 30-year-old Indian female who alleged that three officers had hit or pushed her on 3 February 2015 at Desker Road, during the Thaipusam procession. She is the wife of one of the accused charged for disorderly behaviour at the same procession. Police take a serious view of any allegation against its officers and will investigate each case thoroughly. However, if the allegations are found to be false, appropriate action, in accordance with our laws, will be taken against any persons found to have furnished false information to the Police.”

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