Sudhir Kumar, a die-hard follower of Sachin Tendulkar, was allegedly beaten up by the Bihar police on January 20 in the Muzaffarpur region, according to reports. Sudhir had travelled to visit his cousin Kishan Kumar, who was being held in police custody, and he had to endure a great deal of verbal and physical abuse at the hands of the officers. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Ramnaresh Paswan has been notified of the event, and Sudhir has filed a formal complaint with him.
As a matter of fact, Sudhir Kumar was a celebrity when the event occurred, and the DSP has informed him that action would be done against the police officers who were responsible for his ordeal. Sudhir Kumar has been one of the most well-known followers of Sachin Tendulkar, who is well-known all over the globe for his ardent and strong devotion to the Indian cricketer.
Sudhir Kumar lodges a formal complaint against the officers in question.
According to News18, Sudhir Kumar discreetly walked out of the police station after being subjected to physical abuse, and his report raised a number of questions about the actions of the officers involved. His response towards the police officers has raised some concerns since he claims to have been handled unfairly despite his status as a well-known supporter.
“A few years ago, I was invited to serve as the official guest of honour at the inauguration of the new police station building. But, today, I was beaten up at the same police station where I had been before. When anything like this can happen to me, then it is comprehensible how the police would have acted with the broader population,” Sudhir’s letter to the DSP cited.
Sources further indicated that Sudhir had no connection to the police officers other than the fact that he had gone to see his brother at the station. Sudhir’s brother Kishan was apprehended by the police, who said he was involved in a land dispute. A dialogue between the police officers and Sudhir, it has been learned, led to the attack, and an inquiry into the matter is being carried out.