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The People’s Watch advocates protested the presence of Special Branch police inside the taluk office where the inquiry is going on.

Henry Tiphagne, executive director of People’s Watch, who came to the taluk office in the afternoon, said he, along with the victims, would go to the police stations where the torture had taken place, to seek the CCTV footage of the days in which the suspects were tortured.

“If the CCTV footage had been captured by the District Collector immediately after the news on torture surfaced, it would have easily proved the case,” Mr. Tiphagne said. He urged the government to give treatment to the victims in Madurai Rajaji Government Hospital and due compensation.

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