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Civil Supplies Minister P Thilothaman’s son has a brush with law

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Published Oct 8, 2017, 1:33 am IST
Updated Oct 8, 2017, 1:33 am IST
The SI did not budge and asked Arjun to be present at the station with details.
P Thilothaman
 P Thilothaman

Alappuzha: Even a minister’s son is not  beyond the reach of  law. Civil Supplies Minister P. Thilothaman’s son Arjun had a brush with law when he was going home from  the St. Michael’s college on his bike on Friday.  Arthunkal SI Sivaprasad  who was checking vehicles  in the area reportedly stopped Arjun and took away the key though he said that he was the minister’s son.  The SI did not budge and asked Arjun to be present at the station with details. The minister reportedly complained to the DGP who asked   Cherthala DySP A.G. Lal  to file a report.

However, Mr Lal on Saturday  denied the reports that  the minister had complained  against  the  Arthunkal SI for misbehaving with his son. Mr Lal said that he had got no complaint from the minister so far.  The superintendent  of police had asked him about the incident over  phone.  “I know the minister personally. He did not call me so far or give a complaint. I think the issue is settled,” he said. “I had instructed the Arthunkal SI  to check the college area on Friday as we had information that some people had gathered there to show black flags at the chief minister while he was passing through the place. I think the SI  acted after Arjun refused to stop,” he said.  

 

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Location: India, Kerala




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