Alagiri son yet to surrender, police quiz wife
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The wife of Durai Dayanidhi, Union Minister M K Alagiri's son, on Sunday appeared before police for an enquiry regarding the whereabouts of her husband who is wanted in connection with an illegal granite quarrying case.
Police officials said DMK MP Ritheesh also appeared before the District Police, and sought time for replying to their questions.
Police had asked Dayanidhi's wife Anushka if he had contacted her anytime, sources said. Police had also issued summons to Anushka's father and other relatives.
The Deputy Mayor of Madurai Mannan had appeared before police for questioning on Saturday, sources said. Dayanidhi, for whom a special police team is on the lookout, and nine others are facing charges that companies owned by them mined sand and granite without permission.
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