Suspects’ kin complain ATS took their photographs
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Relatives of 14 persons arrested in connection with an alleged terrorism plot have complained to the Bangalore Police Commissioner against officials of the Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad for allegedly clicking pictures of them in the court premises during a remand hearing held at a Bangalore court on Thursday.
As many as 15 family members of the accused youths who were in court on Thursday have given written complaints that officials of the Maharashtra ATS allegedly took pictures of people "throughout the court proceedings and before that".
"Three persons were taking photographs and were video-graphing the relatives of the accused. After the proceedings we caught two of those who were photographing and taking a video of all the persons associated with the accused. They first tried to lie to us and subsequently admitted they were from the Maharashtra ATS," the accused's kin have stated in separate complaint letters.
"It is a criminal conspiracy hatched to frame us in some case. Taking a photograph or shooting a video in the court premises is illegal," a complaint said.
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