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Dinakaran attack: HC condones delay in filing plea
By   Published on: 15-Mar-2011 06:30:12
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Madurai, Mar 15 (PTI) The Madras High Court has allowed a CBI petition seeking to condone the delay of 118 days in filing an appeal against a lower court judgement acquitting 17 people, including a DSP, in the 2007 Dinakaran newspaper office attack case.

A division bench of justices S Rajeswaran and G M Akbar Ali posted the matter for hearing on March 22, accepting the CBI plea that the delay was caused owing to the time taken in obtaining approval from the Centre.

Three employees of the daily lost their lives in the attack on the office on May 9, 2007 following the publication of a survey which gave an edge to Deputy Chief Minister and Karunanidhi's son M K Stalin over his brother Union Minister Alagiri to succeed their father.

The Tamil newspaper is owned by the Maran brothers- Kalanidhi and Union Minister Dayanidhi, grand nephews of Chief Minister M Karunanidhi.

Dinakaran attack: HC condones delay in filing plea

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