The Tamil Nadu government is setting up a police commission to release 700 life Convicts on September 15: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin said on Monday that the state government would set up a new police commission to know the demands and needs of the police. On humanitarian grounds, on September 15, the birthday of former Chief Minister CN Annathurai, the government will release 700 life-sentenced convicts.
“A police commission will be set up again to recommend ways to strengthen the relationship between the police and the public, with the necessary programs and new training programs for the police,” the chief minister responded to the grant request for the interior.
The Chennai High Court recently ordered the government to restructure and restructure the commission set up under the AIADMK regime in 2019, headed by retired officer Sheila Priya, a retired High Court judge and social worker, public representative. Serving police officers and civil servants as members. The court recommended psychologists, psychiatrists, and other experts from various fields as members.
Stalin thanked opposition leader Edappadi Palanisamy for saying that a new trial could be held in the Kodanad robbery case. “I want to tell the legislature that whoever the real culprits are cannot escape,” the chief said, hitting the tables hard on the treasury. Palanisamy declined to comment on the court case, saying that during the new trial, one of the accused brought to the Speaker’s attention only media reports mentioning his name.
The DMK government has appointed a female officer in the rank of Superintendent of Police in support of a speedy investigation into the Pollachi sexual harassment case. The case is being investigated by the CBI.
“We have asked the Judicial Arumugasami Commission to complete the inquiry into the death of former chief minister Jayalalithaa in advance,” Stalin said. The government has asked a commission set up by the previous government to investigate police firing on anti-Sterlite protesters to submit a final report by February next year.