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Thoothukudi shooting: Inquiry commission to begin probe on Monday.

The inquiry commission, formed to probe the Thoothukudi police firing incident, will begin investigation on Monday, say reports. The single-member inquiry commission, headed by retired judge Aruna Jagadeesan, will hold a discussion at the Thoothukudi district collectorate on Monday before proceeding to investigation.

As part of her investigation, the retired judge will visit the injured in the hospital and inspect the locations where police firing took place. The judge has been allocated an office at the government guest house in Thoothukudi. She will investigate the matter and submit a report to the state government in three months, say reports.


It has announced that people can approach the commission to inform about the police firing and any irregularities in the firing till June 22.

Police opened fire at the anti-Sterlite protesters on May 22 and killed at least 11 persons. Another youth was killed in the firing that continued the next day. The death toll rose to 13 when 42-year-old Selvasekar succumbed to injuries.


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