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TN CM rejects allegations against him in Kodanad break-in case

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami Saturday rejected allegations made against him by those accused in the Kodanad estate break-in case, saying the police will probe the matter. Referring to former Tehelka editor Samuel Mathew releasing a video in Delhi on Friday, in which the accused allegedly linked the CM to the break-in, Palaniswami denied his involvement. The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) joint coordinator further said that a police case had been filed in the matter and that strong action will be taken against those who released the video. Yesterday (Friday), former Tehelka editor Samuel Mathews had released a video which links me to an incident (break-in) that happened in Amma s Kodanad estate on April 24, 2017. This (charge) is completely contrary to facts and there is no iota of truth in it, he said. Making a statement before the media here, Palaniswami said the probe will reveal who was behind the incident, even as he charged that it was an attempt

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