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Namakkal: Special attention will be given to cases pertaining to allegations of land grabbing, Superintendent of Police Pravesh Kumar has said.
The SP who inspected police stations in Tiruchengode sub division on Sunday said such cases would be investigated under the direct supervision of the Additional Superintendent of Police (ADSP). This decision was following instructions from the State government to curb land grabbing incidents from innocent victims, he said. ADSP T.P. Suresh Kumar said most victims of land grabbing directly approached the District Police Office without lodging a complaint at the local police station, probably fearing bias by the local police.
He noted that on receiving petitions, deadlines would be fixed for enquiring each of them. The ADSP would enquire with both the petitioner and counter petitioner whether the probe conducted was unbiased, before it was passed on for a final review by the SP.
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