ஸ்டாலின் தன மீது குற்றம் சாட்டப்பட்டுள்ளவைகளுக்கு பதில் சொல்வதில் இருந்து தப்பிக்க, ஜெயலலிதா மீது ஆதாரம் இல்லாமல் குற்றம் சாட்டக்கூடாது.
An FIR was registered against DMK leader M K Stalin former deputy chief minister of Tamil Nadu, his son Udhayanidhi and four others for allegedly threatening a person to sell his property at a prime locality in Chennai at a lesser price.
The FIR followed a complaint by one N S Kumar residing at Alwarpet on November 29, 2011 alleging that one of Stalin's aides had forced him to sell his property at Chittaranjan Das Road at Teynampet area after getting the tenants to vacate it under threat, police said.
Police said the complainant informed that he was forced to sell the property for a lesser price of Rs. 5.54 crore but did not quantify what the market value was.
Acting on the complaint, Central Crime Branch registered a case against Stalin, Udhayanidhi, P Venugopalreddy, Raja Shankar, Subbareddy and Srinivas under various IPC sections including 120 B (punishment of criminal conspiracy) and 506 (criminal intimidation), they said.
Denying the charges, Stalin said, "The FIR against me is a Fraud Information Report. I will face it legally without seeking adjournment."
There is no use of blaming Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalitha that she is foisting case against him. If Stalin has records to prove that CM J Jayalalithaa for allegedly encroaching upon land in Kodanad in the Nilgiris, he can give a complaint to the Police Commissioner.