Yesterday, one IAS officer reported was asked to go to a police station in Ongole District 2 Town as a common man/student and report missing a telephone, make a complaint and get FIR. The directions were from District Supdt of Police and he was asked to submit a report from the moment he stepped into the station to lodge complaint. He was treated (IAS trainee) like a criminal by the Station staff for 4 hours and they have refused to accept the complaint and harassed him. Writer was immediately suspended, HC,SI, and CI were charge-sheeted immediately. The minute to minute conversation report and vedio was not leaked to press and a bare incident was reported in YOU tube.
So many Public Servants are nabbed and their photos with stolen money and goods are published in the newspapers. We hardly read a single such public servant being convicted. They're acquitted with the pet opinion, unable to prove the case because of insufficient evidence.
If you are aggrieved by the acts of the police which is biased and detrimental to your interests, you may vent out your grievances in a form of complaint to the higher police officer of the district and seek his/her intervention with a direction to the concerned police officer to provide you the requested relief by initiating proper legal action on your complaint.
If this step also proves futile then yo may approach judicial magistrate court seeking direction to the concerned police officer to take proper legal action on your complaint by filing a petition under section 156(3) cr.p.c.