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By Our Staff Reporter
K. P. Ramalingam, former DMK MP and elder brother of the police official, today met the Superintendent of Police, P. Balasubramanian, and preferred a complaint on behalf of Mr. Krishnan's wife.
Mr. Balasubramanian said investigations revealed that the inspector had come in mufti to the Karungalpalayam station at 6.30 a.m. on Saturday and left after a few minutes. He hitched a ride on a two-wheeler up to the VOC Park. There, he boarded an autorickshaw and went to Chennimalai Road. Around noon, the inspector told his wife on telephone that he would return home within an hour. But he did not turn up till today.
Mr. Ramalingam suspected that his brother was kidnapped. Mr. Krishnan is also the investigating officer in the case of the recent murder of the Municipal Vice-Chairman, Balakrishnan.
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