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सोमवार, फ़रवरी 18, 2013

Dabwali journalist ends life

Names DSP, SHO, SI among others in suicide note

 Sushil Manav
Dabwali-A TV journalist from Dabwali town in the district today committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substance at Bathinda in Punjab. However, the Bathinda police is yet to register an FIR in this case. In his three-page suicide note, journalist Satish Modi held a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), a Station House Officer (SHO), a sub-inspector and a head constable among others responsible for his death. He accused the policemen of “forcing him, his wife as well as both his sons to shed tears of blood.”

He alleged that the Sirsa police “connived” with the family of his deceased brother in a property dispute for which a civil case was pending in a court.

The police allegedly booked him, his wife and both his sons in a false case of trespass and theft on the complaint of his niece and then demanded Rs 5 lakh from him for settling the matter in his favour, he stated in the suicide note.

He alleged that DSP Puran Chand Panwar, SHO Ravi Kumar Khundia, Sub-Inspector Anil Kumar and head constable Pritam Singh unleashed a reign of terror against his family, branding him, his wife and two teenaged sons as criminals.

Besides these policemen, Modi had named Deepak, Ashok and Naresh, all sons of Roshan Lal and Ajay and Jitender, sons of Gopi Ram for driving him to take the extreme step.

Modi had alleged that he met Senior Superintendent of Police Raj Shri Singh with his representation against the FIR, who again sent him to DSP Panwar for its inquiry.

He alleged that DSP Panwar demanded Rs 5 lakh from him as a bribe to favour him in the FIR registered against him and his family members.

The victim said when he expressed his helplessness to pay such a hefty amount, Panwar, through Khundia and the other two policemen named in the suicide note, unleashed a reign of terror raiding houses of his relatives by branding them as criminals.

Denying the allegations, Panwar said, “He met me only once in connection with the case registered against him and his family members. I did not even know him well.”

“You can inquire about Modi’s own reputation from local people,” the DSP added.

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