Madras HC orders issue of notice to Police Commissioner
Chennai: The Madras High Court on Wednesday ordered issue of notice to the Chennai Police Commissioner after a person filed a plea alleging police inaction on his complaint about missing of four golden statues, which he claims to have donated to a mutt.
Justice A Arumughaswamy ordered notice to respondents, returnable in two weeks, which was taken by the public prosecutor.
K V Ramani of Mumbai submitted that he was one of the disciples of the over 600-year-old Ahobila Mutt at Selaiyur near here, where he had given four golden Garuda statues as donation.
He said his complaint sent by speed post to police authorities sent on November 26 last was acknowledged on November 29, but action was not taken against the persons responsible.
Ramani prayed for a direction to the Chennai Police Commissioner to direct Selaiyur Police Inspector to register a case against those responsible.
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