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Indian Coach ‘Allegedly’ Under Sexual Abuse Case; Human Rights Commission In Action

Indian players practicing at KCA Ground (X.com)Indian players practicing at KCA Ground (X.com)

In a piece of significant news, an Indian coach at the state level is under investigation for ‘allegedly’ doing molestation.

As reported by the Hindu, the coach hails from the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA), and the State Human Rights Commission filed a Suo Moto case against his name. In fact, the Human Rights Commission also issued a notice to the KCA, as they have been looking for what actually happened.

KCA Coach Under Sexual Abuse Case

The name of the alleged coach is Manu, who has been working with KCA for more than a decade. As reported, he was allegedly molesting minor girls during their training sessions in Tenkasi, and now, the Human Rights Commission seeks the real truth behind all of this.

"He (Manu) has also been accused of taking nude photographs of the children he was entrusted to train. He had been arrested and remanded under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act in connection with six cases," the Hindu report read.

It is understood that some of the trainees’ parents lodged complaints against the coach. The KCA, however, is yet to respond regarding this serious matter, as they also look for what actually happened by one of their veteran coaches.