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Farmer booked for assaulting village official in Anaimalai

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Coimbatore: A 60-year-old man was arrested for allegedly assaulting the village administrative officer at Anaimalai.

Police said Sundararajan, a farmer from Kettimallanpudur, had come to see the Ambarampalayam official for a residential certificate which was issued. He approached the official again for a certificate which was refused.

Sundararajan was suffering from a kidney ailment and was on dialysis. One of his relatives was ready to donate a kidney, and so he wanted the VAO to issue a certificate saying the person was his kin, said the police. The VAO refused the request as the donor was residing at Tiruvarur.

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Following this, the farmer assaulted the official, police added.

A case was registered based on the VAO’s complaint.

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