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Chitrakala: Supermom Chitrakala sues Samy, Indrani and Tamil Nesan

Contributed by Anonymous on Wednesday, November 04 @ 02:40:13 CST

MICWednesday, November 04, 2009
Raising four kids is not easy even for homemakers in the current environment.  But, not for Supermom Chitrakala who is juggling between raising four kids and venturing in 13 companies dealing in wide range of business from auto service to national service camp.
Not only that, Supermom is taking up law in a local institution, according to sources. Hat’s off to supermom.
Today, she has filed defamation law suits against Samy Vellu, his wife Indrani and Tamil Nesan.

Chithirakala sues Samy Vellu, wife and newspaper
By M. MAGESWARI The Star KUALA LUMPUR: Former chief executive officer of the Maju Institute of Educational Development (MIED) P. Chithirakala has filed three defamation suits against MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu, his wife and the publisher of a Tamil daily. In the first suit, Chithirakala, 38, and her businessman husband, K. Vasu, 47, named Samy as the sole defendant. In the second suit, she named Samy’s wife, Datin Seri R. Indrani as the sole defendant. In the third suit, she named Tamil Nesan (M) Sdn Bhd and its editor-in-chief K. Padmanabhan as two defendants. (MIED is the educational arm of the Malaysian Indian Congress and was incorporated on Feb 29, 1984). Chithirakala filed the suits at the High Court civil registry on Wednesday through her lawyer V. Prem Shangar at 11.24am. Speaking to reporters later, Chithirakala said she took legal action against the defendants for making derogatory statements against her and family. “I want to clear my name. I owe it to my family and friends. “I do not want to have words of war with them in media and have chosen to seek a judicial remedy to vindicate my position. I leave it to the courts to decide over this,” said Chithirakala, who claimed to have dismissed herself from her MIED post in July. Chithirakala said she did not specify any amount in those suits as “no amount of money will compensate for what have been said about me.” She also issued a media statement saying that she have been dragged into the public podium by the conduct of defendants. “Being an ordinary person, I did not think that I should be subjected to this,” she said. Her lawyer Prem said he would serve a copy of the suit to the defendants once he obtains a sealed do*****ent from the court, which he expects soon. In the suit against Samy, Chithirakala said the defendant had caused the publication of articles containing defamatory statements against her on March 8 in relation to an insurance policy coverage. She claimed that the statements had implied that she had hijacked the insurance coverage to a company owned by her husband without the knowledge, consent and approval of MIED. In the suit against Indrani, the plaintiff said the defendant had maliciously given an interview to the Malaysiakini news portal’s representative about her on Oct 1 and caused her statement to be published. She said the words were also reproduced verbatim in the Makkal Osai newspaper on Oct 3. In the suit against the Tamil Nesan and its editor, the plaintiff said the defendants had falsely and maliciously published an article on Oct 1 which was calculated to injure her reputation. Chithirakala said those words meant that she is a fraud, liar, thief and was incompetent to discharge her duties as the CEO of MIED. In her three suits, Chithirakala is asking for damages, costs and a complete retraction of all defamatory comments and a full unequivocal public apology. Among others, she is also seeking an injunction to restrain the defendants or their agents from further publishing any similar words on her or any information related to her private life.



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