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Additional Police General (Law and Order) P Thamarai Kannan said on Tuesday that the autopsy conducted by forensic experts confirmed that student L Manikandan died of poisoning. Notably, Manikandan, who was attending an undergraduate course at a private college in Ramanathapuram district, was arrested by cops attached to Keezhathooval Police Station near Mudukulathur on December 4. He was released from the police station the same day after a few hours. However, Manikandan was found dead at his home the next day, leading to allegations that his death was the result of police assault.
A burglary incident was reported on Wednesday at a popular jewelry store located in Thottapalayam in Vellore. Police said unidentified burglars scavenged with gold and diamond jewelry in the early hours of Wednesday.
There are reports that store workers discovered the burglary on Wednesday morning and alerted Vellore North police. The burglars allegedly drilled a hole in a wall to enter the store and took away jewelry kept on the ground floor of the three-story building.
The Madras High Court on Wednesday ordered the Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Department (HR&CE) not to make any decisions until the end of January next year regarding the melting of jewelry received by temples in the State.
The first bench of Acting Chief Justice MN Bhandari and Justice PD Audikesavulu gave a directive to this effect when the Indic Collective Trust PILs here and four other people came for an additional hearing.