The recurrence of deaths in police stations on account of custodial violence can be attributed to the fact that action is rarely taken against the guilty policemen. The police force is supposed to uphold the law instead it routinely misuses its powers. The government must give this matter some serious thought. It should consult the law commission and the National Human Rights Commission and bring in appropriate amendments in order to curb custodial crimes and ensure that the culprits are punished. The police have lost their mental capabilities when it comes to arresting innocent citizens. Just to solve a crime, when they cannot arrest the actual culprit, they look for soft objects to frame them. There are also good and honest policemen in our country, but I’m referring to those dirty pigs that hide behind a police uniform. A day is not far when the public will punish the police for their wrongful actions. If a hundred people gather outside a police station for justice, then just see how the tables turn. But who will dare fight against these criminals in uniform?
— Jubel D’Cruz, Mumbai