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Police pulled up for “indifference”

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CHENNAI: Pulling up the police for its “indifference” in complying with a court order, the Madras High Court has granted a month’s time for completing investigation and filing a final report in the case relating to the attack on the BJP headquarters here on September 23, 2007.

“This is a case where the petitioner (Chennai Police) has shown supine indifference in complying with the orders passed by this court,” Justice M. Jeyapaul said.

The BJP, represented by its State office secretary C.S.C.Vadivelu, had filed a petition praying for transfer of the case registered by the Mambalam police to any competent and independent investigating agency.

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