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Teacher's suicide: Rights panel recommends action against cops

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Malappuram: The State Human Rights Commission has recommended action against some officers of Thirurangadi police station in connection with the suicide of K.K. Aneesh, a teacher of Munniyoor High School.

Rights panel probe officer IG S. Sreejith has recommended the district police chief to take action against the police officers citing failure on their part in the probe. The panel has concluded that sub-inspector A. Sunil and other police officials had failed to verify a forged medical certificate.

It was the Thirurangadi police that conducted a probe into a case of scuffle between Aneesh and Muhammed Ashraf, the peon of the school.

On Tuesday, Koya's Hospital MD Dr M.A. Koya was arrested on charges of forging documents related to the teacher's suicide case.

K. K Aneesh Kumar, a teacher who was expelled from Munniyoor Higher Secondary School, was found dead in a lodge at Malampuzha on September 2, 2014.

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