THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Steps have been taken to release the police officers accused in criminal cases. Sunu, the accused in the gang-rape case recently registered by the Thrikakkara police, will be released first. Beypore Coastal CI PR Sunu accused in six cases including rape. Sun. He is facing departmental action 15 times. DGP Anil Kant issued a show cause notice to Sunu under Section 86(c) of the Kerala Police Act. If a police officer is physically, mentally and behaviorally “unfit” for the job, then he can be fired under Section 86(c). Therefore, the DGP has ordered Sunu to be removed from service. The action is taken with the consent of the PSC.
The eviction order will be issued as soon as the response is received, within three days of the notification. Sunu’s two pay hikes were upheld in the case of harassment of an SC woman while working at the police academy. Considering that this punishment was not enough, the DGP called the old file and ordered to release it. Cases and proceedings against Sunu were mentioned in the note. In addition to extortion, Sunu has also been accused of financial fraud. The pre-release notice was sent by a special messenger at Sunure’s Njarakkal, Ernakulam. Sunu, an accused in the Thrikakkara rape case, is currently on suspension.
The DGP had earlier advised the government that the force should give Sunu severe punishment, i.e. dismissal. Sunu’s past actions disqualify him from continuing on the force. Four out of six criminal cases are related to rape. Rape allegations against her while she was working in Kochi, Kannur and Thrissur are serious. In most places, the allegations were victims. In one case he was also imprisoned.
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CI PR SUNU