Jaya questions about government officer’s murder
  Sep 18, 2010 04.35 PM

AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa demanded the state government on Friday to order an inquiry into the suspicious death of Murugan, who was working as an assistant quality control inspector of Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation (TNCSC), in Thoothukudi and also provide financial assistance to Murugan’s family members.

Jayalalithaa said that Murugan’s wife had petitioned the district collector seeking an inquiry into her husband’s death as he had exposed ration items smuggling racket in August this year.

The petition also says that there was no problem between Murugan and his wife. Murugan had feared threat to his life from the former zonal manager of TNCSC against whom he had complained to his higher authorities and police in connection with smuggling of ration items.

Attempts were being made to cover up the murder said Murugan’s wife and demanded an inquiry in to her husband’s death.

Ms. Jayalalithaa recalled that Murugan, who went to work as usual on September 7, did not return home and his wife was informed that her husband had been admitted to the government general hospital in Thoothukudi for consuming poison.

“Murugan’s wife noticed bleeding injuries on Murugan’s shoulder and complained to the district superintendent of police on September 9. But two days later he died,” she said.

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