- MGR’s foster youngsters Geetha Mohan and Radha Gopalakrishnan stated that police didn’t take motion in opposition to the unauthorised building and that Murugan and his accomplices had threatened them to not take away the structure
By Divya Chandrababu | Edited by Abhinav Sahay, Chennai
PUBLISHED ON FEB 09, 2021 01:41 PM IST
The Madras excessive court docket on Tuesday issued a notice to a functionary of the Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam (AMMK) for encroachment, primarily based on a writ petition filed by foster youngsters of late Tamil Nadu chief minister M G Ramachandran (MGR).
The two petitioners moved court docket charging Lucky Murugan, Tiruvallur district secretary of AMMK of encroaching upon a pavement (underneath the highways division) and establishing a cement structure with a flagpole erected in entrance of MGR’s Ramapuram residence. A two-bench choose ordered notices for the elimination of the encroachment and adjourned the case to February 11.
The petitioners, Geetha Mohan and Radha Gopalakrishnan stated that police didn’t take motion in opposition to the unauthorised building and that Murugan and his accomplices had threatened them to not take away the structure.
“The 4th respondent is misusing our legal possession of the above property for his political gain as well as political platform,” the petition learn. “Hence, he will go to any extent to satisfy his political party leaders and thus our life is in danger. If it is permitted, then all other political parties will indulge in similar activities to project their political parties. Unless the police protection is provided to me and my family and also to our property, we will be put to great loss and hardship.”
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The notice was issued on the day expelled AIADMK leader V Okay Sasikala returned from Bengaluru to Chennai in a 23-hour street present making her intention to battle tooth and nail for Jayalalithaa’s political legacy. On Tuesday early morning, she visited MGR’s Ramapuram residence to pay tributes to the founding father of the ADMK (later renamed AIADMK). She was welcomed with fanfare with banners, music and flags. AMMK was based by her nephew TTV Dinakaran with a breakaway faction of the ruling get together.
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