Six days after a guard was murdered at former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's Kodanad estate, DMK working president MK Stalin reacted to the incident by calling it as an episode carrying many plots and twists.
"It was a mystery to find guard dead at Jayalalithaa's Kodanad estate and what is more mysterious is the different things police find during the investigation which could easily rival any thriller scene from a movie," he exclaimed.
He asked basic questions like why was Om Bahadur killed? Did the looters only steal watches claimed by the police or anything else and said that he is not satisfied with the explanation given by cops regarding the death of Kanagaraj, who allegedly worked as Jayalalithaa's driver, and also how so called associate Sayan met with an accident.
Stalin also gave a bit of insight into the case by asking why the thieves would throw away the watches into the lake while they safely secured certain marble artefacts which according to him raised many suspicion.
"We can't neglect these facts and so the murder of the guard, dacoity and the death of the suspects should be collectively investigated," observed Stalin.
Stalin wants the investigation to be done by an ADGP and that too under the supervision of the Home Secretary.
"We should bring the culprits to justice and arrest them seeing to it that no harm comes to them in any form of accident," he put forward with sarcasm.
Though Stalin's concern seems genuine, it is also pretty astonishing that he knows much in detail about the case of which much of the information was not made public.