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Retired judge to probe mystery surrounding Jayalalithaa’s death: TN chief minister


Chennai: Caretaker Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam today said a Commission of Inquiry headed by a retired judge would be appointed to probe the death of his predecessor J Jayalalithaa.

“There have been doubts about Amma’s death. An investigation commission headed by a retired judge is needed to look Amma’s death as it is the duty of a government to eliminate doubts of people. We will constitute an inquiry committee. The committee will submit its report to the high court, and the report will be made public,” Panneerselvam was quoted as saying in The Times of India.

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He also added a proper election was required to elect AIADMK’s general secretary.

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“We now have a temporary general secretary, who was nominated under an extraordinary situation,” he was further quoted in the paper.

Right now, Sasikala Natarajan, a close aide of Jayalalaitha, happens to be the party’s general secretary.

The fresh development comes barely hours after Panneerselvam alleged he was forced to resign as the chief minister and would take back his resignation if the lawmakers supported him.

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