Former Tehelka editor Samuel Mathews had recently released a documentary on Kodanadu murders and thefts, where he had accused the Tamilnadu Chief minister Edappadi Palanisamy of the murders in the estate for acquiring some evidence from the estate, following which a case was filed by the TN govt against him.
Now, he has said that there are doubts on the death of former TN Chief Minister Jayalalitha as well, and he said that Mamata Banerjee says BJP is behind me, while Palanisamy says DMK is behind me, but in reality, nobody is behind me. Anyone can interview Sayan in Kerala, and I had released the documentary on 19th only because it was ready in advance, and I don't support either Sasikala or Dinakaran in this.
Besides, there are doubts on Jayalalitha death also and an investigation team must be appointed to find this out, said Samuel Mathews adding that he does not have trust on Arumugasamy commission.
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