Vijayakanth Calls TN CM As “Encounter Edappadi” !! : Twitter Users Demands “Come Back” Of The Captain !!

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A week after the brutal police shootings that snatched away the lives of 13 civilians in Thoothukudi during the anti-Sterlite agitations, Tamil Nadu Director General of Police has announced that the cases have been transferred to the CB-CID.

According to the FIR filed by the Deputy Tahsildar, the protesters allegedly announced their intention to harm the men in uniform and were exhibiting the ‘rage to kill’. “We warned the protesters that if they didn’t disperse and continued the violent activity, we would have to shoot them. But they were increasingly becoming a threat to public life and property,” he continues.

Following this, the deputy Tahsildar claims that a bullet was fired into the air as warning. “But none of this had an effect. The group continued to be violent. Being patient after this would have resulted in great damage to public life and property. So I ordered for guns to be used to disperse the crowd,” he admits.

According to a report in The Hindu, the Madras High Court issued notice to the CBI on a PIL seeking a probe by the agency into the police shootings.

This plea explicitly deals with the police shootings that police officers were involved in, in an attempt to avoid a conflict if interest during investigation.

If the decision of closing Sterlite permanently had been taken before the killing of 13 people, the government’s intentions could have been appreciated, a leading politician of Tamilnadu said, after chairing a meet of lawmakers ahead of the assembly tomorrow.

He also questioned why CM Edappadi K Palaniswami did not take any action against the DGP, DIG and other senior officers for the police firing. He also stated that this issue will be taken up in the assembly tomorrow.

Meanwhile DMDK Leader Vijayakanth announced his protest against Tamilnadu CM for not taking any action against the police men who shot 13 victims who protested for the permanent closure of the Sterlite Plant.

He also  executed his protest infront of the Chennai district collector office yesterday. The tweet he posted before conducting the protest went widespread and most of the TN people commented by demanding his “come back”. In the tweet he mention the chief minister of Tamilnadu as “Encounter Edappadi”. Check out the tweet below :

Here’s the people reaction for his tweet :

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