Finally the much waited Judgement on the disproportionate Assets case had arrived. The latest verdict from Supreme court of India rules out the AIADMK chief Sasikala’s chances of becoming the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
As per the latest Judgement, SC has upheld the verdict of the special court along with penalties. From the latest update Sasikala will be banned from contesting for elections for a period of 10 years.
This Judgement from the SC would be a huge set back for chinnamma, since she had many hopes on the TN CM Chair. The Supreme court set aside the Karnataka High Court acquittal of V.K Sasikala, Ilavarasi and N. Sudhakaran and restored the trial court verdict.
The AIADMK General Secretary was be asked to surrender immediately and would have to be in prision for a period of 4 years as per the Trial court order. This might raise curtains to the political future of V.K. Sasikala and as the verdict was given, OPS camp were seen much delighted and festive atmosphere in and around interim CM O Panneer Selvam’s residence.
A division bench of of Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Justice Amitava Roy set aside a Karnataka High Court order staying the conviction of Sasikala and three by a trial court. Justice Roy, in a concurring judgment, expressed deep concern over the “escalating menace of corruption in society
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