Tamil Nadu minister accused of ‘rape’ by actor, who claims he forced her to ‘abort’ their kid. In 2017, the actor was in a relationship with Manikandan, according to the allegation. He allegedly threatened to kill her by hiring contract murderers, according to her.
Chennai: In what may mean something bad for previous Tamil Nadu serve Dr. Manikandan, a notable entertainer has stopped a protest against the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) pioneer for purportedly ‘cheating, extorting and physically misusing’ her for as far back as five years.
The 36-year-elderly person has stopped an objection with the Chennai police and requested solid activity against the previous AIADMK serve. The entertainer has asserted that she was involved with the previous Information and Technology serve in 2017 and that he ‘cheated’ by promising and later declining to wed her.
Manikandan ‘constrained her’ to cut short their kid: Complaint
In her grumbling, a duplicate of which is with Times Now, the lady affirms that the previous pastor took steps to release her private pictures on the web in the event that she proceeds to record a grievance against him. The lady has likewise claimed that Manikandan physically misused her and when she got pregnant, ‘constrained her’ to cut short their kid. As indicated by the grumbling, he is additionally blamed for ‘taking steps to execute her’ by employing contract executioners.
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As per nearby reports, the entertainer has submitted to Chennai Police, the photos demonstrating her relationship with Manikandan and archives supporting the dangers he gave.
Who is Manikandan?
In 2016, he was elected to the 15th Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from the Ramanathapuram seat. and was appointed Minister of the Tamil Nadu Government’s Information Technology Department. Manikandan, a doctor by training, rose quickly through the ranks of the party until rubbing the party’s leaders the wrong way.
His contentious statements about reducing Arasu cable subscription tariffs against then-AIADMK Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Animal Husbandry Minister Udumalai K Radhakrishnan did not sit well with party members. As a consequence, he was relieved of his duties.