Sudden turmoil in Tamil Nadu politics

Since the inauguration of the MK Stalin-led DMK government in Tamil Nadu, there has been speculation as to when the corruption scandal against former AIADMK ministers will be dusted off. When the DMK was already in opposition, MK Stalin urged Governor Banwarilal Purohit to hand over the files containing allegations of corruption against the then AIADMK ministers and take appropriate action. But those files were left lying around. In this situation, after the DMK came to power as the ruling party, the action on corruption files has been accelerated. In turn, Kandasamy IPS, known as the most honest officer, was appointed by Chief Minister MK Stalin as the Anti-Corruption DGP. Chief Minister Stalin, who had focused on measures to control the corona spread as it was at its peak, has now brought the situation under control.

In this context, action on corruption allegations against former AIADMK ministers has begun to accelerate. Earlier, anti-corruption officials raided the house of former AIADMK minister MR Vijayabaskar. Following this, a case is being registered against MR Vijayabaskar, his wife Vijayalakshmi and brother Sehgar for adding more property to the income. Following this, the Tamil Nadu government has started digging into the corrupt activities of former minister Rajendra Balaji to get involved in the sweet box affair. 

The Tamil Nadu government has responded in the Chennai High Court that it is collecting missing documents in a case of amassing assets worth over Rs 7 crore from income between 2011 and 2013. And The Income Tax Department has issued notices to 8 former AIADMK ministers, including former food minister Kamaraj, and Edappadi Palanisamy's son Mithunkumar and his relatives. The issue of sending notices has created a tremendous stir in Tamil Nadu politics. 


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