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02 Jul 2020

Five policemen arrested over India custody deaths

Five policemen arrested over India custody deaths
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Five policemen have been arrested and charged with murder in relation to the custodial deaths of a father and son in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

P Jeyaraj, 58, and his son Fenix, 38, died on 22 June, two days after being released from police custody.

They had been arrested for allegedly keeping their store open past permitted hours during the coronavirus lockdown.

The incident sparked widespread protests, prompting a local court to launch its own investigation.

On Tuesday, it said that there were grounds for murder charges to be brought against the officers who had been transferred after the incident.

The two men had been held all night at the Sathankulam police station in the town of Tuticorin. Both died within two days of being released.

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