VIJAYAWADA: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday knowledgeable the Andhra Pradesh High Court that it has accomplished its enquiry into the alleged high-handed behaviour of the police through the arrest of Dr Sudhakar, an anaesthetist who labored at Narsipatnam authorities hospital in Viskahapatnam district and was suspended for alleging that he was not supplied N-95 masks whereas treating Covid-19 sufferers.
The CBI, which submitted its report to the High Court, sought permission of the latter to take the case ahead, legally, and full the mandatory formalities. The High Court bench of Chief Justice Arup Kumar Goswami and Justice C Praveen Kumar, after going by means of the report, requested the investigating company its stand on sending the report to amicus curie appointed within the case, P Veera Reddy, and posted the matter for additional listening to to April 27.
After his suspension, Dr Sudhakar on May 16 final yr, created ruckus on the National Highway at Akkayyapalem in Visakhapatnam, and was shifted to police station and later to the federal government hospital for psychological well being. The method during which he was arrested drew criticism forcing the police division to droop a police constable, who assaulted the physician together with his baton whereas arresting him.