High Court Directs Police To Probe Complaint Against Vijayakanth

The Madras High Court today directed police to probe into a complaint against DMDK leader Vijayakanth for allegedly spitting at journalists at a press meet in Chennai last month and proceed as per law.

Justice R Subbaiah was hearing a petition filed by Devarajan, who claimed to be a journalist, seeking a direction to police to register a case on his complaint against Ms Vijayakanth in this regard.

The judge said after the probe and if the “materials gathered indicates commission of offense, police is directed to proceed in accordance with law.”

“If no prima facie case is made for registration of a case, respondent police is directed to pass appropriate orders on the complaint of the petitioner,” the judge said.

Mr Devarajan prayed for a direction to the DGP, City Police Commissioner and the Deputy Commissioner at Mylapore to register a case against Mr Vijayakanth and take action as per law.

He said he had lodged an online complaint on December 28 and sent a copy by speed post to police authorities. But no action was taken till date, he claimed.

Hence, he filed the present petition for a direction to them to register a case on his complaint, hold investigation and punish Mr Vijayakanth.

Courtesy: Google News – 29th Jan 2016

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