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Speech against Velumani: M K Stalin faces 2 cases


COIMBATORE: A day after M K Stalin took on municipal management minister S P Velumani on his house turf, both the rural police and the town police on Friday booked the DMK leader for provocative speech.

While campaigning for the celebration candidate K Shanmugasundaram at Thondamuthur here on Thursday, Stalin had vowed to ship Velumani to prison if the DMK used to be voted to energy, pronouncing the celebration had amassed evidences to turn out the latter’s involvement in corruption. It is to be noted that Velumani represents Thondamuthur meeting constituency.


Subsequently, T Ramachandran, a member of AIADMK suggest wing, lodged a grievance with the Thondamuthur police, pronouncing Stalin had violated the fashion code of conduct throughout the election campaign via defaming Velumani a number of the public and harmful his popularity.

“Stalin also unwantedly dragged the minister’s identify along side ‘Bar’ Nagaraj and he threatened to ship the minister to prison if the DMK comes to energy. Stalin has been spreading improper information about the minister a number of the public and it's an offence (legally). Stalin also attempted to create regulation and order problems and variations of opinion a number of the public,” the compliant read.


Based on his grievance, the Thondamuthur police registered a case in opposition to Stalin under Sections 153(A) and 504 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Section 125 of Representation of People Act, 1951.


Meanwhile, K S Vetrivel, every other member of AIADMK suggest wing, lodged a grievance with the Kuniyamuthur police in opposition to Stalin, pronouncing throughout the election campaign in the locality on Thursday the DMK leader had made allegations in opposition to minister Velumani with none proof and that he had brought about visitors congestion via bringing his partymen in more than 100 automobiles in violation of ballot code.


Based on his grievance, the Kuniyamuthur police registered a case in opposition to Stalin under Sections 171(G) (false statement in connection with election) 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) 505(2) (statements conducing public mischief) of the IPC and 125 of Representation of People Act.




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