The opposition AIADMK in Tamil Nadu on Saturday alleged that individuals owing allegiance to expelled celebration chief O Panneerselvam (OPS) “ransacked” the celebration workplace and “looted” paperwork and valuable objects on July 11, when a conflict erupted between supporters of OPS and interim Basic Secretary Ok Palaniswami.
Senior celebration chief and Rajya Sabha member C Ve Shanmugam filed a grievance on this connection towards Mr Panneerselvam and a few of his aides, alleging that paperwork pertaining to the AIADMK workplace have been amongst these “taken away” by them.
Talking to reporters after submitting the grievance, Mr Shanmugam, a former state minister, claimed males owing allegiance to O Panneerselvam broke into the celebration workplace and “looted” paperwork and others.
“All rooms have been damaged into, ransacked and lots of objects looted,” he charged.
Whereas the workplace constructing belonged to celebration founder, the late M G Ramachandran’s spouse Janaki, he gave it to the AIADMK, Mr Shanmugam stated.
He claimed paperwork referring to the workplace constructing, in addition to these in Coimbatore and Madurai had been taken away in a car belonging to Mr Panneerselvam.
All these actions have been performed on the behest of OPS, Mr Shanmugam charged. He stated the celebration has sought motion towards the expelled chief, in addition to rapid retrieval of the lacking objects.
On July 11, clashes broke out between the supporters of OPS and Mr Palaniswami on the celebration headquarters, whilst a particular assembly of its basic council, the best decision-making physique, picked the latter as its chief, expelling Mr Panneerselvam.
The state Income division subsequently locked and sealed the workplace, earlier than the Madras Excessive Courtroom struck it down, handing over the possession of the celebration workplace ‘MGR Maaligai’ to Mr Palaniswami.
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