TVS Motor Company’s authority Venu Srinivasan currently changed a Madras High Court seeking anticipatory bail in tie with an statue burglary case.
In his bail application, Mr Srinivasan cited a command defence filed by disciple Elephant G Rajendran that refers to a FIR opposite him.
Mr Srinivasan pronounced he too accepted that an FIR was purebred by a Mylapore military and it was after eliminated to a CB-CID Idol Wing.
The FIR opposite a nobleman alleges that he transposed an antique peacock statue with a new one during a Sri Kapaleeswarar church here and it was purebred on a censure from a advocate Rangarajan Narasimhan, Rajendran told PTI.
Asserting that he was innocent, Mr Srinivasan submitted that he had spent around Rs 70 lakh in 2004 from his personal account for portrayal and flooring work during a Sri Kapaleeswarar temple.
Though he was allocated a member of a government-constituted Temple Renovation Committee that year, a officials of a Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department oversaw a restoration work, a nobleman said.
Beyond this, Mr Srinivasan said, he has no other tie with a church solely that he is also a advocate of Lord Kapaleeswarar (Shiva).
He claimed that as a authority of a house of curators of Ranganathaswamy Temple during Tiruchirappalli, he spent scarcely Rs 25 crore for a restoration in 2015.
A trust saved by him and his association had undertaken restoration work of over 100 temples in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala, he submitted.
In perspective of a critical allegations and a FIR opposite him, Mr Srinivasan said, he sought anticipatory bail.
The bail focus is expected to be taken adult for conference by Justice M Dhandapani tomorrow.
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