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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 921

Kushboo’s house attacked by DMK workers

From R. Vasudevan—Reporting from New Delhi
New Delhi, 08 February, (Asiantribune.com):

Actor-turned politician Kushboo's Chennai house was attacked by her own partymen after a Tamil magazine, which carried her remarks about party's heir-apparent and DMK Treasurer M.K. Stalin, hit the stands on Thursday.

The Chennai Police said about 25 DMK youth wing cadres gathered in front of Kushboo's residence in Santhome in the city and raised slogans against her. Later they threw stones at her house, damaging the window panes and a car parked in the portico.

At the time of the attack, the actor and her husband Sundar were not in the house. She was away in Trichy to attend the marriage function of DMK Rajya Sabha MP Siva's daughter. Some cadres also protested in front of the Trichy hotel where she was staying.

"We cannot say who is responsible for the attack now. Only after police investigation, we can say definitely who is behind the attack," Kushboo told reporters in Trichy.

In an interview to a Tamil weekly, Kushboo, when asked about Stalin's possible elevation within the DMK, said the party general council will choose a successor and just because DMK chief M Karunanidhi announced Stalin as his successor, it cannot be taken as the final word.

- Asian Tribune -

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