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TN Court Dismisses Petition Against Kanimozhi

Tirunelveli (TN) Oct 1 :  A local court has dismissed a petition against DMK MP Kanimozhi, daughter of Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, for allegedly using a beacon, siren, national flag and going around the city
PTI October 01, 2010 13:56 IST
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Tirunelveli (TN) Oct 1 :  A local court has dismissed a petition against DMK MP Kanimozhi, daughter of Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, for allegedly using a beacon, siren, national flag and going around the city in a car which did not have a registration number.

AIADMK advocate D Ravi Arumugam had filed the petition against Kanimozhi alleging that the MP had come to St Xavier's college, Palayamkottai in the district, on July 15 to oversee arrangements for a job in a car with a red light, siren and national flag, but no registration number.

He contended that Kanimozhi does not hold a position entitling her to that privilege and sought action against her.

City Magistrate court judge Rahendra Kannan dismissed the petition after receiving a report from Assistant Commissioner of police, (traffic investigation wing). The report said that the MP was travelling with Information Technology Minister Poongothai Aladi Aruna in the car which had a temporary registration.

The judge observed that the Minister was entitled to have a siren and all that the MP had done was to accompany her. PTI