Irular association urges TN government to revoke transfer of SP
Association leaders, in a letter, stated that after S. Radhakrishnan assumed cost in July 2020, no circumstances have been foisted on the neighborhood and reduction had been offered in circumstances of atrocities
The Pazhangudi Irular Paathukappu Sangam (PIPS) has urged the State Government to revoke the transfer of former Superintendent of Police of Villupuram district S. Radhakrishnan. He has been transferred and posted as Commandant, Tamil Nadu Special Police V Battalion, Avadi, Chennai.
In a letter, P. Ilangovan, president, Prof. Prabha Kalvimani and P.V. Ramesh, coordinators of PIPS urged the government to revoke the premature transfer of Mr. Radhakrishnan. Terming it a untimely transfer, Mr. Ilangovan stated that the officer took cost solely in July 2020.
“The members of the Irula community have been implicated by the police in an unsolved robbery cases. This has been the practice since 1993. However, after Mr. Radhakrishnan assumed charge as the Superintendent of Police, not even a single case was foisted on the community,” he claimed.
Mr. Kalvimani stated that the police officer had intervened on a number of events and prevented the foisting of circumstances on Irulas within the district. He understood our difficulties which not many had carried out previously. The officer had additionally offered reduction in circumstances associated to atrocities towards members of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
The government ought to instantly revoke his transfer and make sure that the officer is allowed to proceed within the district for at the least two years, Mr. Kalvimani added.