No proof Ganapathy was beaten in custody, says Gombak police chief – The Malaysian Insight

No proof Ganapathy was beaten in custody, says Gombak police chief


Elill Easwaran

Gombak police say there is no evidence that the late A. Ganapathy was beaten while in custody. – Picture courtesy of A. Ganapathy’s family, April 30, 2021.

THERE is no evidence to suggest that Ganapathy Anpalagan was beaten while he was in custody, said Gombak police chief Arifai Tarawe.

Furthermore, the deceased did not make any complaint about the alleged beating when he was taken to the magistrates’ court or to the hospital, Arifai told a press conference today.


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