கருணாநிதியின் பாதுகாவலர்கள் வீட்டில் லஞ்ச ஒழிப்பு சோதனை.
Chennai Vigilance officials conducted searches at the residences of three former personal security officers of M Karunanidhi in the city on Friday 2-3-2012 as part of a probe into their purchase of Tamil Nadu Housing Board (TNHB) plots worth 75 lakh each in 2008, when the DMK president was chief minister.
The security officers DSP Pandian and inspectors C Ganesan and C Vinothan of the core security cell in the special branch-criminal investigation department (SBCID) — had purchased TNHB plots, each measuring two grounds (one ground is 2,400 sq ft), allotted in the Mogappair Eri Scheme under the government discretionary quota (GDQ), sources in the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC)said.
Pandian, who had applied for the TNHB plot in the name of his wife Meena, paid the sum as a one-time payment. Police sources said the three entered into separate ventureswithsomeother persons to buy the plots. While Meena was allottedthe plotfor her social service, the two inspectors availed themselves of the plots under the GDQ citing other reasons, sources said.
Three special teams, each led by a DVAC assistant commissioner of police, began the searches at the officers’ houses at 8am. “Wewent there to check how they managed to pay the huge amount with their earnings,” an officer said. Similar raids were conducted at the residence of a woman on GreenwaysRoadin Raja Annamalaipuram, who bought Ganesan’s plot for 1.90crore.
Several DMK leaders and former Ministers besides MLAs have faced police and DVAC action either on land grab charges or allegations of disproportionate assets after the AIADMK government came to power
Karunanidhi instead of blaming Brahmins for his defeat in the elections let him clean his DMK Party men from involving in corruptions and bringing a bad name to his party. That is the only way through which he can revive Dravidian ideology.