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Judicial probe to be ordered into custodial death

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Thiruvananthapuram: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala Monday has said in the Assembly that a judicial probe will be ordered into the alleged custodial death of a youth in Kottayam.

“A judicial probe will be ordered into the incident,” he said in a reply to the adjournment motion moved by LDF’s K. Radhakrishnan.

“There was lapse on the part of the police. It was wrong that the police didn’t conduct a medical test on him before he was taken into custody,” said Chennithala.

Following the minister’s reply, the Speaker rejected permission to move the adjournment motion.

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