Kodanad Estate: Jayalalithaa’s property papers worth Rs 100 crores stolen after murder of Kodanad estate’s guard

Sohit Mishra
Family sources said Kumar and some of the other staff in the estate were two days ago reportedly discussing the fate of their jobs

Chennai, Apr 29: After the death of two accused in the murder of a guard during the robbery at Kodanad estate bungalow of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, it is now been reported that after murdering the guard of the Kodanad estate bungalows, property papers worth crores has been looted.

According to a report published in India Today, after murdering the watchman on April 24, three suitcases consisting documents worth crores in the name of Jayalalithaa and Sasikala were looted by the robbers. India Today’s report further said that the police suspects interior designer of the bungalow to be responsible for the robbery as he had complete knowledge about the Kodanad estate bungalow. While the police are investigating the matter, reports state that the interior designer has fled out of the country.

On April 24, robbers entered the Kodanad estate bungalow and killed security Om Bahadur as well as injured another guard named Krishna Bahadur. Reports suggest that after attacking the security personnel the robbers looted three suitcases consisting of documents worth crores.

Investigating the matter, the police had suspected two people to be responsible for the robbery. Out of the two the first accused, C, Kanagaraj, a former employee at the estate was killed in an accident in Attur on Friday. On Saturday, Sayan, the second accused in the case met with an accident near Palakkad in Kerala. Sayan was travelling with his wife and son who died in the accident.


While the police investigation in the case is underway, reports suggest that the police suspect an “insider” to be responsible for the entire robbery. Meanwhile, questions have been raised after the mysterious death of two people accused in the case of robbery.