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IT sleuths quiz Kodanadu estate manager
Covai Post Network
November 16, 2017
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Sleuths from Income Tax department on Thursday questioned Natarajan, manager of Kodanadu Estate, belonging to former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, as part of the State-wide raids on the premises of a few members of
Sasikala-Dinakaran family and relatives.
Natarajan was looking after the estate affairs and also that of Green Tea Estate, which was brought by Jayalalithaa and Sasikala five years ago.
After carrying out search in both the estates for six days from November 9, the officials brought Natarajan to Coimbatore on Wednesday.
A group of officials today questioned Natarajan reportedly for nearly six hours from morning, police sources said.