Case against ADGP’s daughter: Govt backs Gavaskar

No evidence to arrest ADGP's daughter, police to court
The government made its stand clear while the court was hearing a petition moved by ADGP's daughter.
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Kochi: Kerala government has submitted before the Kerala High Court that the case filed against the daughter of ADGP Sudesh Kumar, on charges of beating up police driver Gavaskar, need not be cancelled.

The government made its stand clear while the court was hearing a petition moved by her before it. Observing that the pleas of the ADGP’s daughter and Gavaskar could be heard together, the court left the matter for the consideration of the Chief Justice.

She told the court that she had not assaulted Gavaskar and so the case against her should be cancelled. But the government said that this could not be done solely on the basis of medical examination reports.

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