Stalin urges govt to take swift action to prevent crimes
Chennai, Jun 27: DMK Treasurer M K Stalin today expressed concern over the recent spate of murders in the city, including that of a 24-year-old IT professional, and urged the government to take swift action to prevent crimes.
Speaking to reporters after visiting the family of S Swathi, who was found murdered here on Friday, the Opposition Leader in Tamil Nadu Assembly said following such incidents, women, both working and those at home, were concerned.
"I urge that those in government should completely involve themselves in immediately stopping this (incidents of crime)," he said.
Stalin said he was 'moved' by the contention of the family members of Swathi that nobody else should suffer such loss.
"I was shocked after coming to know that Swathi was murdered at the Nungambakkam railway station," he said.
Swathi, employed with IT firm Infosys, was found murdered at the Nungambakkam railway station with cut injuries on her face and neck. Police is yet to make arrests in this regard.