Being attentive to the truth that costs have been framed in Sudalai Mada Swamy Temple priest homicide case, the Madurai Bench of the Madras Excessive Courtroom directed the trial court docket in Tirunelveli to conduct the trial on a day-to-day foundation.
Justice G.R. Swaminathan additionally sought response from the State with regard to fee of compensation to the relations of the priest.
The court docket was listening to the petition filed by S. Subramanian, the youthful brother of the priest. An armed gang murdered the priest, Chidambaram Durai, at Seevalaperi close to Palayamkottai on April 18.
The petitioner stated the members of the priest’s neighborhood had been utilizing the temple land for a number of years. However, the members of a dominant caste had been making an attempt to encroach upon the land, which was not surveyed by authorities regardless of repeated representations.
He sought a radical probe into the homicide, applicable compensation for the household and a authorities job to a member of the household. Earlier, the court docket was knowledgeable that the accused have been secured and a proposal was despatched to the federal government with regard to the compensation.