Sasikala does not benefit from SC order rejecting review in Jaya DA case

sasJailed AIADMK interim general secretary Sasikala Natarajan cannot claim any benefit from the order of the Supreme Court which had rejected a review petition filed by Karnataka.

The SC had rejected Karnataka’s review which had sought to reverse the order of abatement against former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa. The court, while holding Jayalalithaa guilty in the disproportionate assets case had however abated the sentence and the fine of Rs 100 crore since she was dead.

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Review in Jaya DA case dismissed: Here is what the verdict means

jayaThe Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a review petition filed by Karnataka questioning the abatement of former Tamil Nadu chief minister, Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. As a result of this, Karnataka cannot recover the Rs 100 crore fine imposed on Jayalalithaa by the trial court.

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Can Karnataka recover Rs 100 crore in Jaya DA case? SC to decide today

jayaoneThe Supreme Court will on Wednesday decide whether Karnataka can recover the Rs 100 crore fine amount from former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. A division bench comprising Justices P C Ghose and Amitava Roy will hear a review plea filed by Karnataka against the abatement of Jayalalithaa in the case.

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To fight Jaya DA case, B V Acharya was paid Rs 1,06,86,018

acharyaRs 1,06,86,018 was the amount paid to senior advocate B V Acharya who fought the Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case for the state of Karnataka. Senior advocate Dushyant Dave who represented Karnataka in the Supreme Court was paid Rs 95,16,500. The information was revealed to a Right to Information activist, T Narasimhamurthy, by the advocate general’s office in Karnataka.

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Can Kar recover Rs 100 crore in Jaya DA case? Decision on Wednesday, 1.40 pm

jaya4On Wednesday at 1.40 pm, Justices P C Ghose and Amitava Roy will hear Karnataka’s review petition against the abatement of Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. The case would be heard in the chamber of the judges as is done in all review petitions.

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Jaya DA case: Karnataka asks SC if Rs 100 crore fine can be collected?

The Karnataka Government has filed a review in the Supreme Court seeking a clarification on the Rs 100 crore fine imposed on Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case.

The review seeks a clarification on whether the fine amount can be collected since the SC had said that the case against her stood abated in the event of her death.

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No more tantrums in jail by Jayalalithaa’s former foster son, Sudhakaran

sudhaFor former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa’s once ‘foster’ and later ‘disowned’ son Sudhakaran the jail stint is not a first.

After being convicted along with jailed AIADMK interim general secretary Sasikala Natarajan and Ilavarasi in the disproportionate assets case, he surrendered before a special court on February 15 in Bengaluru following which he has been lodged in jail.

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DA case special court officer explains how Jayalalithaa’s properties can be seized

pichamuthConfusion prevails over whether the state of Karnataka can order the auction of assets belonging to Jayalalithaa to recover the Rs 100 crore fine. As the current order of the Supreme Court stands, the disproportionate assets case against Jayalalithaa stands abated since she is deceased.

OneIndia caught up Sundar Pichamuthu, who was the court officer at the trial court in Bengaluru right from the first day till the case ended in a conviction in 2014.

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Can Rs 100 crore be recovered from Jayalalithaa? Karnataka to see clarification in SC

jaya3The Supreme Court had said in its judgment in the disproportionate assets case that the verdict against former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa stands abated.

This came into being since she was deceased at the time of the order being passed. Effectively, this order would mean that the Rs 100 crore fine that was imposed on her by the trial court cannot be recovered.

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How Sasikala can pay the Rs 10 crore fine imposed by Supreme Court

sasikalaSasikala Natarajan will have to spent an additional 13 months in jail if she fails to pay the fine of Rs 10 crore imposed on her by the Supreme Court of India which convicted her in the disproportionate assets case.

A circular was issued on Tuesday which directed her to pay the fine failing which she would have to spend 13 months in jail apart from the 3.6 year sentence she is serving since the past week.

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