05/11/15 10:50 AM

Jayalalitha Acquitted in Disproportionate Assets Case by Karnataka HC





In relief to the disproportionate assets case against Jayalalithaa, former Chief Minister, Tamil, the Karnataka Court acquitted her. High Court suspended the verdict delivered earlier by sessions court and also all punishment imposed on her has been suspended.

In the disproportionate assets case that prolonged for 18 years, declaring Jayalalithaa as guilty the special court previously sentenced her for 4 years and fined the former CM with Rs. 100 crore. Supreme Court later granted bail to Jayalalitha. Countering the verdict pronounced by special court, she filed petition in Karnataka High Court. The Karnataka HC that looked into the case has concluded it today, upon which Jayalalitha was relieved as not guilty. As all hurdles have been cleared from her path, Jayalalithaa is preparing to see herself as the CM again.

AIADMK members celebrated as Karnataka court acquitted their leader in DA case. Festive environment is seen all over Tamil Nadu state. Air is filled with booms of crackers and tunes in the state. Slogans for Jayalalithaa are being heard at Anna DMK party office and her residence. On account of final verdict delivered today, police have arranged security at residences of DMK leaders.

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