TN suicide case: Govt. denying second post-mortem raises suspicion
[rightster-video width="640" height="360" rightsterid="c15ab3bb-971f-4668-baad-b80b70926f45"]<br />Chennai, Feb 09 (ANI): Speaking on the Villupuram medical students' suicide case, advocate Rajnikanth said many parts have been removed from one of the medical student's body after the post-mortem. He questioned the purpose of the Tamil Nadu government of denying the second post-mortem. He said it seemed that the Government was supporting the culprits. He asserted that the court is of the view that second post-mortem was unnecessary, which is not right and indicated something suspicious. He further added that they would appeal for conducting the second post-mortem.