To get a better understanding of the situation, Firstpost spoke to IBN Live Chennai correspondent Meenakshi Mahadevan who has been extensively covering the state and this issue in particular. We talk about if this situation can indeed be termed 'vendetta politics', what Jayalalithaa is hoping to achieve by her course of action and if the DMK will be able to use this issue to reconnect with the state voters who so overwhelmingly voted them out in the recently concluded state elections.
Are the DMK land grabbing thugs or victims of a vendetta?
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