Dy Chief Minister Stalin son-in-law luxury car Episode.
Ms.Jayalalithaa blamed in the Coimbatore public Meeting that the State government for failing to check sale of fake and expired medicines and she accused the man standing as the whole episode for supply of expired medicines has supplied a luxury car to the son-in-law of Dy Chief Minister Stalin, which valued several crores of Rupees. Junior Vikatan Tamil Weekly explained this in its issue dated 11-8-2010.
Meena Health Care Centre the medical shop in Chinmaya Nagar, Koyambedu from which the alleged expired drugs and syrups were sold for more than one year was sealed by the Chennai police. Expired tablets and syrups were stocked and sold by several retail shops throughout Tamil Nadu. Meenakshi Sundaram, director of a health care company, Meena Health Care, and four others had applied for anticipatory bail.
Lawyer Chendur Pandian says that he has received a letter with a copy of RC Book. In the Book P.M.W. car No. TN 10 AA 0076 in the name of Meena Health care private Ltd was registered in the Transport office at Chennai-92. In the book he has seen a photo was affixed with seal resembling the face of Sabareesan son-in-law of Dy Chief Minister Stalin. Senthur Pandian has also stated that he has contacted for the genuine of the RC Book under Right to information Act.
Sabareesan son-in-law of Dy Chief Minister says that some people have wantonly affixed my Photo in the RC Book and now on my complaint it has been removed from the Book. I am not at all having any connection with that car and it is not justifiable in accusing me for the reason that my photo was affixed on it.
We are explaining the story as it is in “Junior Vikatan” issue dated 11-8-2010.