Vignesh Custody Death: Murder Case Against Police!

Chief Minister MK Stalin has told the legislature that a murder case has been registered against the police involved in the death of Vignesh, a prisoner of war in Chennai.

In Chennai, on April 19, the tragic death of Vignesh, a young prisoner on trial, came as a shock. Police said Vignesh died of a seizure and not Locke’s death. The same statement was read by Chief Minister MK Stalin in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly. He also said that stern action would be taken against those involved. Following this, a recent youth Vignesh autopsy report revealed that Vignesh had injuries in 13 places on his body, which may have been caused by a lathi.

In this context, today, in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, the Leader of the Opposition Edappadi Palanisamy brought a resolution on the massacre of the elderly at Uppilipalayam in Erode and the death of Vignesh Locke. Speaking on the occasion, Edappadi Palanisamy said, “Elderly people have been massacred in Uppilipalayam, Erode. Adequate protection should be provided to the elderly living in solitary confinement so that this does not happen again. The investigation into Vignesh Lockab’s death should be shifted to the CBI.”
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Responding, Chief Minister MK Stalin said, “A case has been registered in connection with the death of Vignesh Locke. An investigation is underway into the murder of the elderly and action will be taken. “