Action Society director Ian Cameron will be laying formal complaints against Police Minister Bheki Cele.

This is after he was allegedly forcefully removed from that public meeting in Gugulethu.

Cameron says he will file four charges and complaints against Cele and the police officers.

He blamed Cele for the ongoing violent crimes in the Cape.

Cameron says action must be taken against Cele.

“ We will lodge a complaint with the Public Protector in terms of the Executive Members’ Ethics Bill and its Code of Conduct for Bheki Cele’s disgraceful conduct, failure to act in good faith and compromising the credibility and integrity of his office. Secondly, Action Society will submit a complaint with the Office of the Registrar of Members’ Interests at Parliament for Bheki Cele’s breaches of parliament’s code of conduct in his capacity as a member of the legislator”.

Cameron adds that he will also lodge a complaint with IPID against the officers who kicked him out of the meeting.

“We will lodge a complaint with the Independent Police Investigative Directorate to investigate the misconduct by the members of the SAPS when they forcefully removed me from the meeting and wrongfully deprived me of my right to liberty and bodily integrity”.

Meanwhile, we have contacted the Police Ministry to get a response, but the spokesperson Lirandzu Themba says they will not be commenting on the matter.