Sasikala also wrote a letter to Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao saying Palanisamy should be invited to form the government following his appointment as the AIADMK chief. Due to long delay, the main accused became chief minister thrice and Sasikala was able to make money because of Jayalalithaa but she is the one who will eventually have to pay a much bigger price.
This is the same resort where AIADMK MLAs were staying. A bench of justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Amitav Roy had reserved verdict on June 7, 2016.
Sasikala was a close aide of late chief minister J. Jayalalithaa, who died on 5 December. Following is the timeline of events that began in 1996, with the then Janata Party leader Dr Subramnaian Swamy filing a complaint against Ms Jayalalithaa alleging amassment of wealth disproportionate to her known sources of income. She said she would ensure the continuance of the AIADMK government. His election came at an emergency meeting called by Sasikala at a resort here within hours of the Supreme Court upholding a Bengaluru trial court order convicting her in the disproportionate assets case, crushing her hopes of becoming the chief minister.
"I was among the women who was outside Veda Nilayam after MGR's death with kerosene cans, threatening suicide if Amma does not enter politics", said Kumari Balakrishnan, also from R.K. Nagar. (AIADMK) General Secretary (Sasikala) goes and meets them.
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Fifthly, Jayalalithaa had made a loan of Rs 1 crore to Sasi Enterprises, and hence, the court says, could not claim to be uninvolved in Sasikala's business activity.
The SC on Tuesday restored Sasikala's conviction in the disproportionate assets case. The conviction also means she can not hold public office for six years.
In a raid carried out in 1997 in connection with this case, 800 kg silver, 28 kg gold, 750 pairs of shoes, 10,500 saris, 91 watches and other items were seized from Jayalalithaa's Chennai residence.
When asked a week before the Supreme Court conviction whether this would not amount to conflict of interest, a party spokesman had stated that Sasikala would divest herself of her 48-per-cent stake in the distillery when she became CM.