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The prosecution's case was that on November 1, 1995 four forest guards Rajendran, Subramaniam, Udayar and Manickkam of Burgur in the Bhavani taluk while on duty, received information that some persons had destroyed the tamarind nursery at Senguttai near Murali. They went to the spot, but were suddenly surrounded and abducted by Veerappan, Sethukuzhi Govindan, Rangasamy and four others. Manickkam, who escaped, informed the forest officials and a police complaint was lodged.
After 20 days, the brigand released the three. On October 10, 1998, Anburaj, Apparsamy and Thangaraj surrendered before the then Chennai City Police Commissioner, P. Kalimuthu. The three were then handed over to the Burgur police, who arrested them, and framed a charge of abduction, and the case was tried in the first additional sessions court here. The judge also ordered the three to pay a fine of Rs. 3,000 each.
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