A case has been registered against those who attacked police officers in Kochi: Chief Minister


Thiruvananthapuram > Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan mentioned within the Legislative Meeting {that a} case has been registered in opposition to the culprits within the incident of the policemen attempting to cross the Mayor and blocking and attacking him after the protesters stopped him from attending the assembly of the Kochi Company Council. The Chief Minister was replying to the submission of PV Sreenijan. The Chief Minister mentioned that the injured police personnel sought therapy on the Ernakulam General Hospital and the case was being vigorously investigated.

The emergency council assembly of Kochi Company was convened on 13.03.2023 as per the choice of the high-level assembly held within the presence of the Minister of Native Self-Authorities, Minister of Trade and Leader of the Opposition on the difficulty of Brahmapuram.

Ample safety preparations have been made beneath the management of the Assistant Commissioner of Police in view of the scenario within the Cochin Company premises within the earlier days. After the protesters stopped the Mayor who was attending the Company Council assembly, whereas the police had been attempting to clear the way in which for the Mayor to cross, the protesters obstructed the official duties of the cops and attacked 4 policemen together with a sub-inspector. For this incident, Ernakulam Central Police Station beneath Sections 143, 147, 149, 332 and 353 of IPC Crime No. The case has been registered as 867/2023. Chief Minister mentioned.

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