The Traveler, Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Vell Paari, Samy Vellu’s son, is turning the table on his detractors who previously had a heyday linking him to the drama actress Sujatha’s death.
Vell Paari is married to popular Tamil singer Shaila Nair but was having an affair with Sujatha, showering her with luxury condominium, expensive cars and overseas trips.
Today in his Tamil Nesan daily, he continued to harp on the Selvarani death falling from 17th.floor of her luxury condominium.
“Did she fall accidently or did someone throw her out from 17th. floor?”, Vell Paari posed the question.
“An inquiry must be carried out to find out why and who are those behind the scene for her death”, he added.
OMS Thiagarajan admitted having met Vell Paari to discuss several hot political issues including Selvarani’s death but each of them giving different version of the conversation.On Manikavasagam, Vell Paari insisted having met Manikavasagam for 2 hours at Jalan Ampang coffee shop which Manikavasagam denied.
Meanwhile, OMS Thiagarajan has threatened to file a law suit on Vell Paari.
Also, denied having any knowledge of the mysteries surrounding Selvarani’s demise. Again, both of them provided different version of the story.
Though, Vell Paari has ulterior motive and his credibility is seriously at stake, -- in the Sujatha’s death inquiry, he said that Sujatha is like his daughter -- one cannot dismiss out rightly the conversations he supposedly had with OMS Thiagarajan and Kapar MP Manikavasagam.
Monday, 25 June 2007 04:46pm
Contributed by Mary Tan
KUALA LUMPUR, Monday: The Bar records with deep
sadness the passing of Selvarani Paneerselvam. She was only 29.
Since powerful personalities are involved, an inquiry by the relevant authorities will be the right thing to do.
From: Malaysian Bar website
OBITUARY: Selvarani Paneerselvam
Selvarani fell to her death from her 17th floor apartment unit in Bukit OUG, Off
Old Klang Road early yesterday morning.
Born on 27 September 1978, Selvarani was admitted into the Honourable Society of
Lincoln’s Inn on 14 April 2003 and Called to the English Bar on 22 July 2004.
Upon her return to Malaysia, she read in the Chambers of Mr. S Gnasalingam of
Messrs SG Lingam & Co. and was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High
Court of Malaya on 12 October 2006. She then joined the firm of Kumar Hashimah &
Co. as a legal assistant.
Selvarani was very supportive of the activities of the Bar. In her short time
with the Bar, she had served on the 2006/07 Relevan Editorial Board of
the Kuala Lumpur Bar and had contributed articles to the said publication
including a book review Courting Justice by David Boies. Her colleagues
in the Relevan Editorial Board describe her as intelligent, kind,
thoughtful, eloquent and easygoing. The Bar will miss her greatly and her death
is a great loss to the Bar.
Funeral service will be held tomorrow, 26 June 2007 at the Nirvana Memorial
Centre at Jalan Kuchai Lama from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. with special prayers
from 1.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. Cremation will be at 3.00 p.m. at the P.J.
Lawyer falls 17 storeys to death
Monday, 25 June 2007 11:49am
KUALA LUMPUR: A 29-year-old lawyer fell to her death from her 17th floor
apartment unit in Bukit OUG, off Old Klang Road, early yesterday.
Selvarani Paneerselvam (pix), who lived with her aunt, was
found sprawled on the ground about 7am. She was clad only in undergarments.
It is learnt she had returned home just two hours earlier after
an outing with a female friend.
The victim, a graduate from King’s College in London, joined a
law firm in Bangsar six months ago but quit the job last week to fulfil her
ambition as a United Nations official.
It is learnt Selvarani, whose father is a UN diplomat based
in Pakistan, had been accepted as a member of the International
Red Cross and was supposed to report for duty next month.
According to her friend, who declined to be named and was
shocked over her death, Selvarani was a bright lawyer who often kept to herself
but performed her duties diligently.
Police have ruled out foul play and have classified the case
as sudden death.
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