It would be interesting to see what the Supreme Court would have to say on the review plea filed by Karnataka in which it sought a reversal of the verdict abating Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case.
While delivering the verdict, the court had made observations against Jayalalithaa albiet posthumously of how she had criminally conspired with co-accused Sasikala to launder ill-gotten wealth.
AIADMK interim general secretary Sasikala Natarajan, who has been convicted by the Supreme Court in the DA case, took an oath at Jayalalitha’s memorial in Chennai’s Marina Beach before she left for Bengaluru to surrender.
While offering floral tibutes the the late leader’s memorial, an emotional Sasikala thumped her palm thrice on the memorial with a stern expression. She paused before the grave with wide eyes and an expression of resolve. She appeared to have vowed to come out stronger.
Bengaluru, Apr 2: Karnataka may seek two days time to submit its reply in the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case. The time to submit the reply would be sought immediately after Nageshwar Rao, senior counsel appearing for Jayalalithaa would conclude his arguments.
Sources part of the Karnataka legal team tell OneIndia that they will not stretch the submissions made in the reply.
The arguments that will be put-forth by Jayalalithaa’s counsel will be analysed and only those points where we have doubts will be part of the reply.