A 13-year-old kid was purportedly severely whipped by a cop in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu on Sunday. The kid was whipped by the police constable for disregarding lockdown administers and wandering around the city on his bike.
The episode occurred on Sunday, while a total lockdown was forced in the region. The kid was whipped with a lathi and he endured wounds on his thigh and knee.
The constable was distinguished as Durgaraj. The episode became known when photos of the minor kid began doing the rounds via web-based networking media.
After the photos were circled via web-based networking media, Sumit Sharan, city police magistrate requested an investigation into the occurrence. The blame was likewise approached to show up before the police control room.
On Sunday, the 13-year-old kid, who is an inhabitant of Surya Nagar, Ondipudur went to visit his companion. The youngster was being joined by two different companions. At the point when the three companions were returning on a bicycle, they were captured by Durgaraj.
Durgaraj, who is posted at the Singanallur (lawfulness) police headquarters scrutinized the youngster and his companion for abusing the lockdown and wandering around in the territory. At first, the kid figured out how to get away. Be that as it may, the cop pursued him and grasped him, The Times of India announced.
At the point when the kid made an endeavor to escape, Durgaraj got him and whipped him with a lathi. The kid portrayed his difficulty to his mom when he got back. The lady at that point moved toward the police and requested exacting activity the charged constable.
Singnallur police at that point moved toward the 13-year-old kid's home and guaranteed them of activity. Sumit Sharan stated, "I have coordinated the associate magistrate of police (east sub-division) Eswaran to direct a nitty-gritty request regarding the issue. He will lead a request with the minor young men, their folks and Durgaraj. " Further test will be led after the request report is being submitted.