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Andhra Pradesh: IPS officer dies under mysterious circumstances at his home

Sasi Kumar belonged to Salem, Tamil Nadu and was a 2012 batch IPS officer.

By: Express News Service | Vishakhapatnam | Updated: June 16, 2016 3:22 pm
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Assistant Superintendent of Police of Paderu Division of Visakhapatnam District K Sasi Kumar died under mysterious circumstances at his official residence on Thursday morning.

The security personnel posted outside Kumar’s residence heard three gunshots after which they rushed inside. They found Kumar lying in a pool of blood in his bedroom.

He succumbed to the injuries on his way to the hospital, said an official. He was alone in his house when the incident took place.

Sasi Kumar belonged to Salem, Tamil Nadu and was a 2012 batch IPS officer. He was posted to Paderu on December 31, 2015.

He was very active in conducting drives against cultivation and selling of `ganja’ in the Paderu region. He launched anti-narcotics raids regularly which resulted in seizure of crores worth of contraband including one raid in February in which Rs 2 crores worth of ganja was seized.

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    Clean
    Jun 18, 2016 at 4:55 pm
    Mysterious officers! Who is next?lt;br/gt;They are many mysterious activity happens around us, every minute its happening, even while you are reading this article it may happen. lt;br/gt;Unfortunately in recent times it’s happening to young brave hearts. What makes more mysterious about these officers who are being killed while serving for the nation is not just the incident but the atude of citizens and media towards these incident. We make and try to find more sense in the mystery movies we watch, we untie every knot but in real life we all stay just hopeless bystanderslt;br/gt;Mystery about this brave young eminent IPS officer K. Sasi Kumar is not his death, but the reaction of police officers and media towards his death.lt;br/gt;Four things that doesn’t let my logic reasoning to sleeplt;br/gt;1. Shot my mistakelt;br/gt;Service pistol “9mm Glock-17” given to K. Sasi kumar is considered to be “Safe Action” designated by Glock. It contains three safety features 1. External integrated trigger safety 2. Automatic internal safeties: a firing pin safety and 3. Drop safety. In addition it has Internal Locking System (ILS) safety featurelt;br/gt;These combinations make it theoretically impossible to active it while not in action, perhaps all these safety features fails, but who will come forward to believe while cleaning he shot accidently in his Temple?lt;br/gt;Moreover he is not a kid, he has fought so many anti-social elements and know how to keep himself safe.lt;br/gt;2. “His service weapon was found on a table”lt;br/gt;Unless one has an IQ less than 50 will not believe man who has committed suicide placed properly his gun back on a table. lt;br/gt;3. “Three bullets sound from his room”lt;br/gt;Why it takes three bullets while the target is his own temple? lt;br/gt;4. Police officer commentlt;br/gt;North Coastal Zone Inspector General of Police Kumar Vishwajeet told PTI over phone that “We are not sure whether it happened accidentally or done intentionally. The Visakhapatnam (Rural) SP has rushed to the spot and we are examining the case," lt;br/gt;Why on earth, it makes to Mr. Kumar Vishwajeet to think he could be killed accidentally by himself, when police officers who have made so many enemies while fighting against anti-elements.
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      Suzy
      Jun 16, 2016 at 1:22 pm
      In mandir u have priests who raande and sell drugs, it's a known fact and Stop dragging and targeting Islam into everything u hateful Hindus
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        Suzy
        Jun 16, 2016 at 1:21 pm
        There is no law and order in India, gunda rules
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          maitreymehta
          Jun 16, 2016 at 9:28 am
          Why any one with high I.Q. would opt for jobs like IAS or UPS where they have to open car doors of uneducated ministers? Only lust is corruption and fake high handedness. Collection of illegal ets from raided officers supports this statement. May be one or two percent might be honest but over all they are inefficient. Gujarat C.M. was crying when young school girls were debating about female feticide killing. Did she cry when 111 young girls as young as 11 to 14 were working 12 hours close to furnace bearing temperature of 180 degrees? Did she take any action on erring labour and Social Welfare officers? Clearing tests proves you have good memory,thats it.
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            babu
            Jun 16, 2016 at 9:50 am
            You want to buy ganja or any illegal drugs in india look for temple or THANA
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