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Bengaluru: Police torture - youth's kidneys become dysfunctional - family seeks action


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Apr 24: Mohammed Tanveer's family claims that he lost his kidneys because of brutal torture inflicted by D J Halli police here. They have sought criminal action against the police personnel who tortured Tanveer in confinement.

A first information report in this respect was lodged against constable of D J Halli station, Aiyappa and others on Sunday under different sections of Indian Penal Code. Police commissioner, T Suneel Kumar, has already ordered suspension of sub-inspector, Santosh, and constable, Aiyappa, following the findings of a department inquiry.


Mohammed Tanveer


Mohammed Tanveer in hospital

Tanveer's brother, Mohammed Musaveer, said that Tanveer (23) was riding his motor bike with his friend, Danish in the pillion at around 2 am on April 10 for buying some medicines. He was speaking on the phone when Aiyappa and another police official on night duty stopped them near Dr B R Ambedkar Hospital. Aiyappa was angry as Tanveer did not immediately stopped talking on phone. In a fit of anger he began to hit Tanveer with his stick which broke into pieces. Tanveer questioned the policeman's authority to thrash him without any reason, which angered Aiyappa further, after which he picked up the broken cane and began to hit Tanveer again. The constable then took Tanveer to D J Halli station by Hoysala van. Once he reached the station, Tanveer was asked to remove his clothes after which several constables hit him repeatedly till he lost his consciousness. Musaveer said that they went to the police station after coming to know that Tanveerhe was detained, but the police released Tanveer only after registering petty, false cases. He said that Tanveer was also forced to write that he would not commit this mistake again, a hundred times before he was allowed to go. They also made Danish to slap Tanveer.

After reaching home, Tanveer continued to suffer from acute pain, and he was taken to a private hospital where the doctors said his kidneys had become dysfunctional because of internal injuries. Musaveer said that even after they succeeded in registering a complaint, the police booked case under sections that are bailable. He said that he had wanted the case to be registered under sections of the Indian Penal Code pertaining to attempt to murder and voluntarily causing grievous hurt.

Tanveer is undergoing dialysis now and Human Rights Commission has been approached. Because of this incident, Tanveer's marriage, which was to be held on May 3, has been postponed indefinitely pending his treatment.

Comment on this article

  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore UAE

    Thu, Apr 25 2019

    Complaining & filing a case never work efficiently, it's a temporary suspension & he'll be back to work in weeks. I suggest that the victims family should hire a top end lawyer who can bring a top class action suit against the defendant plus some external pressure from all sides of of course this will burn the pockets but this is the only way to get justice.

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  • ummar, mangalore

    Thu, Apr 25 2019

    that police should sit in home forever remove from department..

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  • Nash, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    So does anyone believe in Sadhvi Pragya s story

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  • khalid, mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Need justice for him.police should be punished and dismiss from department

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  • Allen, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    In many cases people are killed in Police custody but nothing happens. Family members are harassed and made to keep quiet. If there is a departmental enquiry, at the most the policeman involved is transferred to another police station as punishment and the case is closed!

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  • Alexander, Bangalore/USA

    Thu, Apr 25 2019

    You are 100% correct. Thanks for this comments.

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  • Anthony Philip D'Souza, Karnataka, Mumbai

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Do not take tortured policemen kidney(s) which is very much corrupted , by the Grace of God someone will surely come forward to donate kidney for Mohammed Tanveer , God is Great ...! Do not leave the concerned policemen without punishment, they have no right to hit /beat anyone, let them check whether policemen were drunken while discharging their duty....

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  • Arif, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    According to some people these goons (police) r deshapremi and others r terrorist. Indian judicial norm is totally bad..

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    if there is any department in the whole world, which will not improve and function as per norms, it is police department without any doubt.
    These constables must be given similar treatment. In mangaluru also I have seen some ghatta constables behaving in a rough manner as we mangas are very scared of police.

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  • Kumari, Karkala

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Dont retaliate when cops stops , just follow their orders or else cops use more force. Its said in the news that biker was still talkimg on the phone after cops stop them that too 2am ? Some people dont know how to behave with other people

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  • Alexander, Bangalore/USA

    Thu, Apr 25 2019

    Ms Kumari, Karkala..
    Police can wait isnt it?, May be this gentleman talking to someone urgently!!You no need to kneel down when you see any police. I saw in India, when Police ask car to pull over, the driver is going to Police man and giving his record. It is funny inst it? Police need records rite? then police need to come near the car and ask the record. But in India Opposite.!!! Only in India..

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  • Hariprasad, Bajpe - Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Police Brutality is NOT NEW ALL OVER INDIA - its Rampant to say the least.
    Harvest the Policeman's Kidney - he can survive with one - and make him pay for Tanveer's full
    recovery - only RIGHT thing to do.

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  • HAFEELA, U.A.E

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    ACTION MUST BE TAKEN AGAINST POLICE.
    THOSE WHO ALL DISAGREED ALL THE COMMENTS MUST BE POLICE I GUESS.

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  • SUNNY DSOUZA, MARNIMIKATTE MANGALORE

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Take kidney's those Policemen involved and give it to the boy.
    These policemen should be dismissed and put to jail immediately
    And should be heavily penalised

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  • Neha, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    I agree

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  • Peacelover, India

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Eye for an Eye tooth for a tooth is the best policy to tame these policemen in form of goons.
    Mere suspension is not sufficient, they should be kicked out from Police force.

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  • Linz, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    The policemen should be made to donate their kidneys and also should pay for his entire treatment. They should be booked for the offence and should not provided with bail. The police have no right to beat them. Wishing Tanveer a speedy recovery.

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  • RUDOLPH, MANGALORE

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    TAKE THE KIDNEY FROM POLICE RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS

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  • Francis dsouza, Udupi

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    It's very sad to hear such torturing happening in police station,we say our country is democratic some people of our society misuse the power of their hand.I suggest to suspend the culprit and make them to pay him and his family the compensation.

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  • rohan, Udupi

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Where are our "Chowkidaars ?"

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  • CHRISTINE, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    let the police donate their kidneys to him

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Our police policy is not to speak about their deeds.criminell as they are also ther actions.I can only advice them please take a lawyer and file case.otherwise you yourself are not able to go against these lawless govt.Employees.Actuelly they are not supposed to touch anyone leave alone to hurt and beat them.it was like in school days to write hundred times etc.what are they think?Throw them out of police dept.very shameful and sad.Now the police should pay for his treatment.Dont bend to their arguement.let them pay compansation .or donate a kidney to him.

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  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    The police who are responsible for this must be made to 'donate their kidneys' to this young boy.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    Police should be made to pay for his Treatment ...

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Wed, Apr 24 2019

    What pay? The kidney of the police should be transplanted to this boy.

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