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KOZHIKODE:  The claim of District Police Chief, Ernakulam Rural, A V George that Sreejith was injured in a clash some days ago is not believable, Kerala State Human Rights Commission acting chairperson P Mohanadas has said.  Mohanadas accused the police of serious lapses and said the youth was reportedly tortured after he was taken into custody by police personnel in ‘mufti’ on Friday night.

His intestine was severely damaged and doctors have said it was caused by blows on the abdomen. Sreejith’s wife had claimed that he was denied proper medical aid, drinking water, and food and was admitted to a private hospital only on Sunday. He reportedly had cardiac problems too.

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