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Tamil Nadu: ACP rank officer allegedly gropes colleague during anti-NEET protest in Coimbatore

An Assistant Commissioner Rank Police Officer Of Tamil Nadu Has Landed Himself In A Controversy After He Was Caught On Camera Allegedly Groping A Female Colleague During Anti-NEET Protest At Coimbatore’s Gandhipuram.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Deepak Mahato | Updated on: 06 Sep 2017, 03:25:14 PM

New Delhi:

An assistant Commissioner rank police officer of Tamil Nadu has landed himself in a controversy after he was caught on camera allegedly groping a female colleague during anti-NEET protest at Coimbatore’s Gandhipuram.

According to sources, the act was captured on September 4 when people were holding protests following the death of a 17-year-old Dalit girl, Anitha — who took NEET to Supreme Court.

The ACP was part of the Tamil Nadu police deployed at Gandhipuram to control the protesters to prevent any untoward incident.

In the video, one can see the Coimbatore ACP is allegedly groping a sub-inspector rank police woman officer while he was trying to manage the protesters.

The woman officer can be seen trying hard to push away his hand constantly in the one minute long video.

Till the time report was filed the woman sub-inspector had not lodged any complaint against her senior officer.

Coimbatore city Police Commissioner A. Amalraj talking to News Nation said, “We are investigating the matter.”

(Inputs from Sree Prapanch. C)

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First Published : 06 Sep 2017, 03:13:39 PM