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Police probe complaints

Shayal Devi
Saturday, May 31, 2014

POLICE have responded swiftly to complaints by two Ba residents against some of their own.

Kamal Prasad and Mohammed Nadeem Ali claimed they were treated unjustly by members of the police force on separate occasions.

Mr Prasad said he tried to lodge complaints with the police as he was being threatened by his wife's de facto partner but nothing materialised.

"I have been receiving threats from him since 2012 when he started living with my wife," he said.

"He is threatening to burn my house down. I have been trying to lodge complaints with the police regarding this matter but nothing has happened."

West police media liaison officer Naina Ragigia confirmed receiving Mr Prasad's complaint.

Meanwhile, Mr Ali claimed he and his wife were taken to the police station a few weeks ago and kept overnight.








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