Chennai techie murder: Stalin slams AIADMK over women's security

Chennai,June 27: After five day of murder of S Swathi, a techie, DMK leader MK Stalin on Monday, June 27, met her family members. Swathi was hacked to death by an unidentified person in broad daylight at Nungambakkam railway station in Chennai on Friday, June 24, round 6 am while she waiting for a train.

Stalin slammed the ruling AIADMK over day-by-day deteriorating law and order in the state and said: "AIADMK had before polls spoken a lot about women's security. Doubt any of those measures are being implemented."


According to reports, 24-year-old Swathi received grievous injuries on her face and neck and passed away. The attacker fled teh spot even as the onlookers were left stunned by the gory act.

The victim's kin requested the witnesses to co-operate in the investigation and help find the killer. A team of police is probing the case. [Chennai shocker: Infosys employee brutally hacked to death in broad day light]

After the incident, former chief minister Karunanidhi also questioned the government and said: "Why has the government failed to maintain law-and-order in the initial stages of its tenure itself?"

The Government Railway Police is yet to identify the killer but released second CCTV footage in which the suspect was seen to be escaping after committing the crime.

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