Case Filed Against NRI Woman for Facebook Post About Jayalalithaa’s Death

1 Oct, 2016 17:18 IST|Sakshi
NRI Tamizachi

Chennai: The Chennai police filed a case against a NRI woman, Tamizachi, for posting on her Facebook page that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa died two days ago.

The woman, a resident of France, went to the extent of stating that members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) murdered the chief minister with an aim to spread unrest in the state. To support her statements, she cited the instances of Infosys employee Swathi’s murder, VHP leader Suri's murder and the killing of Hindu Munnani leader Shashi Kumar. Tamizachi stated that in these cases, members of the Muslim community were alleged to be involved and to exploit that sentiment, the RSS tried to create unrest. Since the chief minister tried to prevent a confrontation and unrest in the state, she was murdered by the RSS, Tamizachi said.

Taking a serious note of these posts, AIADMK's IT wing filed a case against Tamizachi for spreading canards about her health. It may be recalled that chief minister J Jayalalithaa was rushed to Chennai Apollo hospital a few days ago following complaints of high fever.

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