Poes Garden home didn’t make it to prosecution list in Jaya DA case

poesgardenThe prosecution called it a water-tight case and in the words of B V Acharya, the special public prosecutor in the Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case, the case mandated only a conviction.
The Supreme Court while upholding the conviction said that Jayalalithaa and her close aide Sasikala had crores worth of property which also included, gold, cars and watches.
The court which delivered its verdict on Tuesday took into consideration gold and diamond jewellery worth Rs 2.51 crore and wrist watches worth Rs 15.9 lakh were part of the over Rs 50 crore assets amassed by late AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa, her close aide V K Sasikala and two others.

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SC adjourns petition seeking probe into allegations by BV Acharya

New Delhi, July 25: A petition seeking an investigation into the autobiography written by senior advocate, B V Acharya has been adjourned by the Supreme Court. The matter will be taken up by the Supreme Court after four weeks.
A petition had been filed in the Supreme Court seeking an investigation into the allegations made by Acharya, who is the Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) in the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case. He had written in his book that he was pressurised in the Jaya DA case.

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Jayalalithaa DA case: SC permits Karnataka to submit breif reply

jayaoneNew Delhi, Apr 29: The Supreme Court has permitted Special Public Prosecutor, B V Acharya to submit his reply in connection with the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case.
In its order the court said that it grants liberty to Acharya appearing for Karnataka to file brief notes in the matter. The case has been posted for May 3.

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Jayalalithaa DA case- Plea challenging appointment of Karnataka SPP adjourned

jayaoneThe Supreme Court has adjourned a plea challenging the appointment of B V Acharya as special public prosecutor for Karnataka in the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case. The plea has been adjourned by two weeks.
The petitioner had challenged the appointment of Acharya on the ground that Karnataka had no locus standi to file the appeal in the Supreme Court. The matter is expected to be taken up on the day when the Supreme Court would reserve its verdict in the case.

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Jayalalithaa DA case: Hearing continues in SC tomorrow

jayanewBengaluru, March 28: Hearing on the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case will continue before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. During the last date of hearing, special public prosecutor, B V Acharya was making his concluding arguments regarding the case.
Karnataka has gone in appeal against the verdict of the Karnataka High Court which while reversing the trial court verdict, acquitted the Tamil Nadu chief minister and three others.

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Jayalalithaa DA case: How did this newspaper without advertisements raise money?

jayaoneBengaluru, March 17: The arguments in the Supreme Court which is hearing the appeal challenging the acquittal of J Jayalalithaa, Tamil Nadu chief minister were focused on largely around the manner in which she had filed her income tax after the case was filed against her.
B V Acharya, Special Public Prosecutor for Karnataka argued before a Bench comprising Justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Amitava Roy that it is the duty of the accused to explain the source of income.

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Jayalalithaa DA case: High Court wrong in saying loan is income, says Karnataka

jayaoneNew Delhi, Mar 16: Karnataka today argued before the Supreme Court that the verdict that acquitted Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case was cryptic and illogical.

While arguing the case, special public prosecutor for Karnataka, B V Acharya pointed out the discrepancies in the totaling of the loan and also said mere filing of income tax returns does not absolve one of the charges.

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Jayalalithaa DA case: It is settled, only Karnataka can file the appeal

jaya2New Delhi, Mar 15: Arguments in the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, J Jayalalithaa continued today before the Supreme Court with Karnataka pointing out to the delays in the case.
Special Public Prosecutor for Karnataka and senior counsel B V Acharya put up a passionate argument stating that Jayalalithaa had done everything to delay the case which dragged on for nearly 18 years. Karnataka is challenging the order which acquitted Jayalalithaa and three others.

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Jayalalithaa DA case: Hearing resumes at SC on March 15

jayanewBengaluru, March 14: The Supreme Court will continue hearing the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu chief minister, J Jayalalithaa.
The matter will come up for hearing tomorrow and Karnataka’s Special Public Prosecutor B V Acharya will continue arguments from where he left off on Thursday,March 4.

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Jaya appeal: The drama, before the decision was taken

jaya2The Karnataka government after much delay took the decision to file an appeal challenging the acquittal of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case.

The Law Minister of Karnataka, T B Jayachandra said that the decision to file the case was taken on merit and not on politics.

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