Madhya Pradesh: Man Dies in Police Custody During Questioning in Theft Case, Mother Admitted to Hospital After Being Beaten Up
Man Dies in Police Custody During Questioning in Theft Case (Photo Credits: ANI)

Bhopal, April 24: In a tragic incident, a man, accused of theft, allegedly died in police custody in Madhya Pradesh during interrogation, reportedly of low blood pressure. According to a tweet by ANI, the brutal incident took place at Indore's Gandhi Nagar police station on Tuesday where the man was brought in for questioning in a theft case. Reports inform that the mother of the accused was admitted to hospital after she too was allegedly beaten up. Muslim Prisoner Branded With ‘Om’ Tattoo on Back in Delhi’s Tihar Jail Shifted to Another Prison, Probe Underway. 

According to a tweet by ANI, the SP informed that the station in-charge has been suspended in connection with the incident. Reports informed that a judicial inquiry has been ordered into the matter. The official further informed that the man was brought to Gandhi Nagar police station and fell ill during questioning. Tamil Nadu Cop Posted at Mandoli Prison in Delhi Supplies Mobiles, Tobacco in His Shoes to Inmates, Sacked.

Here's the tweet:

Seeing the ailing condition of the accused, a doctor was called and low BP was detected. The official added saying that the man was sent to a hospital and died under treatment. While he was being taken to another hospital, he was declared brought dead by another hospital.