Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's recent anti-land grab action reached the DMK leader's home when a land grab case was filed with the Chennai police against Stalin and his son Udhayanidhi Stalin.
Earlier, on Friday (today) morning, Stalin met the additional director general of police (administration) T K Rajendran and submitted two petitions. In one petition, he claimed that police have intentionally registered cases against him, his son and four others. In the other, he alleged that Jayalalithaa had grabbed land in kidanadu, which is her vacation home. He insisted the cops to file a case against the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister for the same.
After submitting the petitions, Stalin said, "Police have falsely implicated me, my son and four others in a land grab case. The complainant was forced to file a false case against us. I explained this to the ADGP. If the FIR is registered, the persons named in it should be arrested. But I have not been arrested. I came here to ask the ADGP to arrest me."
He asked if the police would dare to initiate a legal action against Jayalalithaa.
Stalin further claimed that an FIR has been filed against him to settle political scores. He added that the complaint is given only to tarnish his image and reputation.