The Chief Minister announced the withdrawal of around one million cases filed for violating the lockdown rules and protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act last year.
Tenkasi (Tamil Nadu): Chief Minister K Palaniswami on Friday withdrew nearly a million cases filed for violating the lockdown rules imposed to prevent the spread of corona virus infection and against the Citizenship Amendment Act last year. Announced.
The Chief Minister said that all the cases except violence, obstructing the policemen in their duty and obtaining fake e-passes during lockdown will be withdrawn.
Addressing a meeting regarding possible assembly elections in April, the Chief Minister said in Kadayanallur here that the police had registered nearly a million cases last year for violating the lockdown rules imposed to prevent the spread of corona virus infection. .
Palaniswami said 1,500 similar cases were registered for protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act in violation of prohibition, damage to public property and obstructing the work of policemen. He said that in view of the welfare of the people except a few cases, it has been decided to withdraw the remaining cases.
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