By A. N. Bhatt The story of guntur’s police force, which has been in operation since 2014, has not been easy.
Its role is often seen as an instrument of coercion, and it has had a controversial record.
The first thing that one must know about the police force is that it has a history of political violence.
In 2013, it killed six members of a political party for taking a public stand against the BJP government.
The government subsequently arrested more than a dozen leaders and activists of the same party, and the state government ordered the police to put them on trial.
But that was only the beginning.
The police have also been implicated in a series of political murders, in which they have claimed responsibility.
In 2016, for instance, three people, including two police officers, were killed in a clash in Tiruvallur.
The next year, in the state capital, Chennai, police officers allegedly assaulted two men who were protesting against the death of an opposition politician.
And in March, in another violent clash, police shot and killed a protester, the same man who had attacked the police.
The police are also implicated in numerous political killings, including in 2013, when they gunned down two people protesting against Prime Minister J Jayalalithaa’s government.
In July 2015, a police officer was killed in the city of Kancheepuram after he fired at a mob.
In March 2016, an opposition leader, Ravi Narasimhan, was killed while trying to protect a woman in her home.
The government of Tamil Nadu has also been accused of the disproportionate use of force, by its own police force.
Since the onset of the protests in Tamil America, the police have used excessive force against protestors and protesters with the aim of intimidating them.
This is an incident that is often linked to the Tamil Nadu government’s controversial move to impose strict curfews on its citizens, which was challenged by a range of civil society organizations.
According to the Human Rights Commission of India, in 2012, the state’s top police officer, Subramanian Swamy, was convicted of raping and killing a woman.
In January 2017, a court found him guilty of raping another woman and sentenced him to death.
In June 2017, Swamy was convicted for the murder of the woman and was sentenced to death by the Supreme Court.
Swamy has appealed against the sentence, but the death penalty was upheld by the Court of Appeal.
In August 2017, an appeal court reversed the death sentence, which it found to be disproportionate, but reinstated the death warrant for Swamy.
The state government has also faced criticism for its handling of the case of Jyoti Lal, who died after she was shot by police officers.
Jyotika Lal, an advocate, was a journalist who had campaigned against the government’s proposed new liquor tax.
The liquor tax is an unpopular measure, which led to protests that led to the death on November 15, 2017, of Jiyoti Lal.
Jiyotika’s mother, K. Venkateswaran, filed a petition with the Supreme Commission for Women, alleging that the government was guilty of violating her daughter’s rights by failing to protect her.
The Supreme Court on February 28, 2018, found that the state was guilty.
In a separate case, Jyokasal, a journalist, was shot dead in his home by police on February 13, 2018.
On December 18, 2016, the government passed the Bill to remove the criminal penalties of the first two offences.
The Bill, however, is yet to be enforced, and several lawyers, including the lawyer of Jyo Lal, have filed an appeal against the decision.
The new legislation, however has faced a number of challenges.
The state government is also embroiled in another controversy.
The new Bill, if it becomes law, will allow the state to appoint a Supreme Court judge, which could further weaken the power of the courts.
The judiciary is currently dominated by the Congress Party, and some of the judges have been critical of the government.
A group of activists in the legislature has also called for the formation of a committee of lawyers, and for the removal of the judiciary’s independence.
The bill was introduced by the opposition in Parliament and the legislature, but was not taken up by the ruling party.
But on February 1, 2018 the opposition was able to get the bill passed, after which the government had to amend the bill to bring it in line with the new legislation.
On February 12, the bill was signed into law, and on February 16, it will be ratified by the Lok Sabha.
The amendments to the law to bring the new laws in line will not be implemented immediately.
However, a bill is expected to be passed on March 10.