Tamil Nadu Elections 2016: PMK asks Human Rights Commission to file case against Jayalalithaa

The letter sent to them by party President GK Mani alleges that Jayalalithaa is responsible for the death of five people during her election rally.

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The Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) has now written to the Human Rights Commission in Delhi asking them to file a case against AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa. According to the letter filed by the PMK President G K Mani, they wanted action to be taken against the CM for the death of five people who had attended her elections rallies. 

GK Mani in the letter alleges that the five people died because of lack of proper facilities at her rallies and the fact that they sat in the scorching sun from 11 am in the morning till 4 pm in the afternoon. Many people allegedly fainted because of the heat and it led to chaos. 

DMDK leader Vijayakant had also recently written to the HRC asking them to take against Jayalalithaa. 



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