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You all killed my parents, now they are not even letting them be buried – video of boy pleading before policemen goes viral

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Thiruvananthapuram. These days, a video of a boy pleading with policemen on social media in Kerala is becoming very viral these days. In this, a son is digging a grave to bury his father’s body, but the police are preventing him from doing so. Actually this case is related to Neyyattinkara of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. In front of the police who reached there to dispose the possession on a disputed ground, the parents of the young man had set himself on fire by pouring kerosene.

The son, who was digging his father’s grave, was prevented from doing so by the police. Police said that it is against the order of the court. In the video, the son can be heard saying to the police, ‘You are all responsible for my father’s death. He asked me to bury him here. Let them rest now. You all have killed my parents and are not even giving burial. ‘

According to local people, this family lived there in a two-room hut. It is alleged that this hut was built on the encroached land. For this, the boy’s father was in litigation with a neighbor for five years. In June, the local court of Neyyatinkara ordered the family to vacate the land, following which the police and revenue department officials arrived at their house on December 22 to evict the court order. But during that time, the boy’s parents threatened to set themselves on fire after being forcibly evicted from the house. Their children say that they were just threatening. But the police made the situation worse and meanwhile his body caught fire. The father died on Sunday and the mother died on Tuesday.

A policeman has also been injured in saving them from the fire. Before dying, the boy’s father said in a magistrate statement that he was just threatening. The police officers responsible for the sudden blaze are there, while the police have denied the allegations. The state government has also ordered an inquiry into the matter. The Human Rights Commission has also sought a report from the police. Also, the government has said that it will build a new house for them and will also bear the cost of their education.

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