Chennai: The case in opposition to the victims of Thoothukudi violence needs to be withdrawn. Justice Aruna Jagadeesan stated the federal government ought to assist those that are caught within the case and unable to earn their livelihood.
On May 22, 2018, 13 folks had been killed in police firing throughout a protest on the Sterlite plant in Thoothukudi. Many had been severely injured and lots of public properties had been broken. A fee headed by retired Judge Aruna Jagadeesan was appointed to inquire into the violence. Commission Chairman Aruna Jagadeesan introduced the Commission’s interim report back to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin.
In the interim report, ‘the case in opposition to the victims needs to be withdrawn. The authorities ought to assist those that are caught within the case and unable to earn their livelihood. The authorities also needs to present monetary help to the victims. It is noteworthy that eight months in the past, Aruna Jagadeesan submitted an interim report on the violence to the then AIADMK authorities.