MK Stalin demands inquiry into mysterious' deaths

Says investigation by state police won't reveal truth.

Chennai: DMK working president M.K. Stalin on Tuesday urged Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palanisami to order an inquiry under the supervision of a Madras high court judge into the death of Kanagaraj, said to be involved in Kodanadu robbery, and contractor Subramanian close to health minister C. Vijayabaskar.
He also demanded the dismissal of ministers Vijayabaskar who faced I-T raids and minister R. Kamaraj against whom a case had been filed.

The I-T officials who arrested and interrogated Subramanian should come out with the details given by him during the investigation and the purpose of the I-T probe as it would be helpful to find if he committed suicide or not.

Opposing an investigation by the state police, he said such an inquiry would not reveal the truth, he said. Stalin said two persons involved in the same case getting into accidents on the same day was shocking and mysterious, he said. He also wondered if the death of Kanagaraj is intended to cover up the Kodanadu robbery.

Stalin also expressed doubts if the main evidence for the I-T department against Vijayabaskar had been destroyed with the death of Subramanian whose death could not be ignored as a suicide.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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