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Police Refusal to Give Medical Report Forms to Victims of Military Brutality in Garu-Dr Thomas Anaaba

The recent military brutality in Garu and Tempane has left over 200 civilians hospitalized. In response to this, Dr Thomas Anaaba, the NDC parliamentary candidate of Garu, expressed his disappointment in a brief press release. He stated that the police commander in the Garu district had refused to release medical report forms for victims to fill.

Despite several calls made by Dr Thomas Anaaba to the district police commander and regional commander, they have yet to make a move to give out the medical report forms. This refusal has raised suspicions that the police and regional police commander are hiding something from the public.

This issue is concerning as medical report forms are crucial in providing evidence for legal action against those responsible for the military brutality. Without them, victims may not be able to seek justice for the harm inflicted upon them.

It is important that the police and regional police commander provide medical report forms to victims of military brutality in Garu and Tempane. The government must ensure that justice is served and that those responsible for the harm inflicted upon innocent civilians are held accountable for their actions.

In conclusion, Dr Thomas Anaaba’s disappointment over the police commander’s refusal to release medical report forms highlights a concerning issue in Garu and Tempane. It is crucial that victims receive the necessary support and resources to seek justice for the harm inflicted upon them. The government must take action to ensure justice is served.

 

 

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