Case lodged against 5 persons for allegedly using Wireless handsets at temple


THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The investigation has been conducted by the Fort Police on Friday at the executive committee office of Shree Padmanabha Swamy Temple.

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The reports have revealed that the executive committee officer had purchased wireless handsets illegally. Also, they had used it without license.

The case has been filed against executive officer K N Satheesh and four other officials. It has registered under the violation of Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act.

The assessment was taking after a grumbling held up by the sanctuary managerial advisory group director and District Judge V Shircy at Fort Police Station.

The assessment was completed by a police group drove by Fort Assistant Commissioner of Police K S Gopakumar. Be that as it may, the police at first couldn't recuperate the gadgets as the workplace room of the official officer was bolted.

A police group drove by Deputy Commissioner of Police (Security), Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Thampi S Durgadutt later at night recuperated the remote handsets in the wake of opening the workplace room.

City Police Commissioner G Sparjan Kumar affirmed that the assessment had been held and a case enlisted.

Satheesh said, “We placed an order with a private company based in Kochi. We have only applied for licence. As the temple staff are refrained from using mobile phones inside the temple, I had decided to introduce wireless sets for communication. These devices are similar to those used by the staff of star hotels,” he said.

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