‘Stalin try­ing to tar­nish im­age of Jaya, govt.’

The Hindu - - TAMIL NADU - Spe­cial Cor­re­spon­dent

Law Min­is­ter C.Ve. Shan­mugam on Sun­day re­futed the al­le­ga­tions made by the DMK in the con­text of the al­leged break-in at the Ko­danad es­tate bun­ga­low and said that all the doc­u­ments pur­port­edly link­ing Chief Min­is­ter Edap­padi K. Palaniswami with the in­ci­dent were fab­ri­cated and false.

Speak­ing to re­porters at Tin­di­vanam, Mr. Shan­mugam said that if for­mer Te­helka edi­tor Sa­muel Mathew was re­ally in­ter­ested in rais­ing the is­sue, he should have sub­mit­ted all the doc­u­ments in the court.

He chal­lenged DMK pres­i­dent M.K. Stalin to face a CBI probe into the deaths of Ramesh of Anna Na­gar and Sadiq Basha, close aide to for­mer Tele­com Min­is­ter A. Raja. Mr. Stalin was try­ing to tar­nish the im­age of for­mer CM Jay­alalithaa and the govern­ment, he said.

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