Stalin does not intend to take revenge on anyone, says Justice Minister Regupathy

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Regupathy was responding to allegations that the DMK government was launching a DVAC investigation against AIADMK landlord Kamaraj due to a ‘personal vendetta’

Regupathy was responding to allegations that the DMK government was launching a DVAC investigation against AIADMK landlord Kamaraj due to a ‘personal vendetta’

Justice Minister S. Regupathy said on Friday that Chief Minister MK Stalin had no intention of taking revenge on anyone. He was responding to allegations that the searches carried out at the home of former AIADMK Minister R. Kamaraj by officers of the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Directorate were due to a political vendetta.

Speaking to reporters in Pudukottai, Mr Regupathy said all actions taken by the state government were in accordance with the law. It is only natural that those against whom “raids have been carried out claim that it is a vendetta”, he said.

Responding to another question, the Minister said that the searches were carried out only after investigating the allegations made by public and social organizations in addition to non-governmental organizations.

Searches were only carried out when there were fundamental reasons for initiating them, he said, adding that the government does not initiate such actions unilaterally.

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