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Land grabbing row: More trouble for Karuna's grandson Stalin


Udayanidhi Stalin and Karunanidhi
Chennai, Jan 5: Trouble for Kalaignar family seems to be increasing day by day. This time its supremo, Karunanidhi's grandson and famous producer of Tamil film industry, Udayanidhi Stalin landed in a serious legal soup over land grabbing allegations.

Receiving an order from Madras High Court, Stalin on Thursday, Jan 5 surrendered himself before the before the investigation officers who have been pursuing the case of land grabbing case.

After his surrender, media reports quoted Stalin as saying, "Police personnel asked me whether I was rented the house bought by Venugopal Reddy, one of the accused named in the case. I replied them 'yes'."

Fron Thursday onwards, Stalin have to appear before the investigating officers everyday at 10 am, as per the court order. However, the high court has already granted anticipatory bail to Stalin and his another aide, Rajasankar.

Here it can be mentioned that the case against Stalin and his aide has been filed by a businessman of Alwarpet, N Seshadrikumar.

In his FIR, the complainant claimed that Stalin along with his other aides forced him (the businessman) to sell his two and-a-half ground property on Chitharanjan Salai in Teynampet for a lesser price than the market price.

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