Public demand CBI probe against Whitefield Division police officials posted in last 2 years

Special Correspondent

The ghost of corruption seems to be troubling DCP S Girish and his associates even after his transfer from Whitefield division as even after many months of the incident where inspector and his associates caught by Kerala police red handed while accepting hefty sum of money from cyber crime accused.

The Kerala region newspaper association members demanded a detailed inquiry into the incident by CBI.

In a letter written by Martin Menachery,from Kochi, addressing the Governor of Karnataka,chief minister, home minister,DG and IGP and ADGP Law and order, accusing DCP Girish and his junior officials in the division involved in large scale corruption and accumulation of wealth by illegal means.

DCP Girish father in law being a powerful and influential minister misusing his power to safeguard him and his officials .

The Kerala police have arrested the accused under extortion and bribery charges but a details probe is needed to unearth the racket.

Recent case against the officials who were involved in corruption:

Lokayukta officials on Thursday trapped Police Inspector, Vajramuni K and Woman Police Sub Inspector,Ramya N, red handed while accepting a bribe from the accused of a cheating case to help him to bail out in the case .

In March,PSI,Rangesh and two head constables tried to extort Rs.40 lakh from a man who was abducted and threatened with a criminal case related to wildlife act.

In April 2022 the Karnataka Police Complaints Authority to express concern over the complaints against Assistant Commissioner of Police,Kishore Bharani of Marathahalli Sub Division and police constable P Ramesh for their alleged involvement in real estate matters.

ACP Kishore Bharani and police constable P Ramesh had been accused of compelling a complainant to withdraw the complaint filed against them.

Recently a petition was filed against the same ACP Kishore Bharani alleging that he has extorted huge amount of money and regarding the same a petition and complaint against the ACP Kishore Bharani was filed to karnataka DG-IGP and commissioner of police to take action against the ACP.

Kerala Police arrested Whitefield CEN Police Inspector among four for allegedly extorting money from the suspect related to a job racket fraud.

Police Inspector,Shivaprakash,attached to Whitefield Cyber crime police station along with his three staff have been booked for allegedly demanding Rs.3 lakh from the suspect related to a job racket fraud in Kalamcheri police station limits in Kochi,when they went to secure the arrest of the accused on Monday .

Based on the complaint,the Kalamcheri PS,in Kochi have registered an Extortion case against for further investigation.

On June 14,the Whitefield cyber crime police had registered a case of job fraud based on the complaint filed by Chandaka Srikanth.He had lost Rs 26 lakh related to the online job racket .

Mr.martin further said that he has even approached the Central Home Minister for a CBI probe against these officials worked in last 2 years in Whitefield Division and he would approach the High court of Karnataka if the government failed to take the necessary required action.