People suspect DMK in Kodanadu case: CM Edappadi K Palaniswami

Monday, 25 Mar, 1.09 am

CHENNAI: Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami hit back at DMK president M. K. Stalin on the Kodanadu estate case saying his 'Amma' government would order an enquiry based on the strong suspicions of the people on the DMK's role in the estate murder case. The CM described the opposition party as an 'Agmark' certified corrupt party whose leader frequently disrupted Assembly proceedings.

'Forgetting that it was the AIADMK government that had exposed the Kodanadu estate heist and murders, Stalin talks as if I was involved in the case. It was the DMK that ensured bail to the accused,' he said on Sunday, his third day of his poll campaign in Vellore district.