Tamil Nadu Government: Cases registered against agitators against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), as well as those convicted of violating lockdown during corona …
Tamil Nadu Government: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Palaniswami on Friday said that he was withdrawing cases registered against those who had raised concerns against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), as well as those who had committed lockdown violations during the corona. The Chief Minister’s decision came as the Assembly elections approached.
Palaniswami said some organizations had staged protests in various parts of the state over the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act. He, however, clarified that with the exception of the cases filed against the perpetrators of vandalism of public property, all cases of obstruction of police and cases of violence were being withdrawn.
Corona said it was withdrawing cases against those who resorted to violence during the lockdown, obtaining e-passes illegally, and obstructing police from performing their duties.
Since the imposition of the lockdown on March 25, 2020, about 10 lakh cases have been registered under the Tamil Nadu Public Health Act 1939 and Epidemic Diseases 1937. The announcement was made by CM Palaniswami in view of the scheduled assembly elections in April this year, as well as the launch of the state-wide AIADMK campaign.
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