‘Singham’ Annamalai Booked For Violating COVID-19 Lockdown Rules Days After Joining the BJP
- Indian Masterminds Bureau
- Published on 29 Aug 2020, 2:14 pm IST
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‘Singham Annamalai’, Ex-IPS officer booked by the Coimbatore city police for violating COVID-19 lockdown. Four BJP officials also booked under the Epidemic Diseases Act.
- Kuppusamy Annamalai booked by Coimbatore city police for violating lockdown rules
Ex-IPS officer turned politician Kuppusamy Annamalai also, known as Karnataka’s Singham was booked under charges of an unlawful assembly during COVID-19 lockdown and violation of the Epidemic Diseases Act by the Coimbatore city police.
Apart from him, district president R Nandhakumar, state general secretary GK Selvakumar, state treasurer SR Sekar, and state vice president Kanagasabapathy were also charged with the same offense.
As per the New Indian Exp the Katoor police station in Coimbatore city registered a case against the five on Friday, August 28, under sections 143, 341, 269, and 285 of the IPC and section 3 of the Epidemic Diseases Act.
Annamalai who has served as the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bangalore South before retiring in September 2019, joined the Bhartiya Janata Party earlier this week in New Delhi, in the presence of general secretary P Muralidhar Rao and the party’s Tamil Nadu chief L Murugan.
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