Thiruvananthapuram: An FIR has been filed against former state police chief T P Senkumar for allegedly forging documents to draw full remuneration even after he went on a leave from the service for eight months. Senkumar was accused of taking Rs 8 lakh from the government as salary while he was on an eight-month leave. Senkumar had rejoined as IMG DG after eight months and informed the government he was undergoing treatment for some ailment. But the Vigilance had found he spent the time at Annamanada in Thrissur and at Ernakulam instead of consulting a doctor at the ayurveda centre. Senkumar was removed as the state police chief in June last year soon after LDF came into power. This is the second FIR registered against Senkumar. The first one was related to the allegations of making remarks of spreading religious hatred in an interview with Samakalika.
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