See a doctor, Saravanan tells MIC man accused of soliciting sex

Modified 1 Nov 2017, 6:42 am

A video clip of an MIC branch leader who was forced to resign for allegedly soliciting sex from a teenager meeting with Deputy Youth and Sports Minister M Saravanan is making the rounds on Facebook.

Accompanied by his wife, the man tried to “seek help” from the former party deputy president.

In the video, Saravanan can be seen telling the man to "immediately see a doctor"...

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