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Jayalalithaa : Prisioner No.7402

Jayalalithaa : Prisioner No.7402
Highlights

The CBI special court found Jayalalithaa guilty in the case of Disproportionate assets. The court gave its judgment here on Saturday.

The CBI special court found Jayalalithaa guilty in the case of Disproportionate assets. The court gave its judgment here on Saturday.



Here are some briefs:

• Jaya sentenced to 4 years Jail time

• Court declared 66.5 crore worth assets as swag.

• Fined 100 crore along with Jail time

• 4 year sentence for Sasikala, Sudhakaran, Ilavarasi and fine 10 crore each.

• Sentence to be extended for another year in case of failure to pay the fined amount.

• Transferred to ‘Parappana Agrahara’ Central Jail in Bengaluru Outskirts.

• Jaya ineligible as MLA, should resign to CM post.

• AIADMK leader is now not even eligible for coming Assembly elections.

• Jaya to approach Karnataka High Court for bail.

• Dussera holidays for court till October 6th.

• Chance to challenge the verdict in Karnataka or Madras High Court.

• High Tension in Tamil Nadu, Protests by AIADMK followers and Activists.

• Around 500 activists arrested.

• Suspense on who will be Jaya successor as CM of Tamil Nadu.

High Lights in the Case Timeline:


• 1996: Case filed by Janatha Party leader Subramanya Swamy in 1996.

• 2000: Petition filed by DMK general secretary Anbalagan stating chance for obstruction of Investigation.

• 2003: Supreme court transferred the case to Bangalore.

• 2003: Case was investigated under Special Judge John Michael de Kanha.

• 2003: Charge sheet filed by Directorate of Vigilance, and Anti-corruption Bureau.

• 2014: Jaya was ordered to be present in the court while the verdict is announced.

• 2014: She arrived at Bengaluru in a special plane on Saturday.

• 2014: For security reasons she is moved to ‘Gandhi Bhavan’ near the central jail.

• 2014, 11AM: Judge started reading the 100 page verdict.

• 2014, 11 AM: Jaya along with Sasi Kala, Sudhakaran, Ilavarasi stood in Court Room.

• 2014, 12:30 AM:judge agreed to the evidence as per IPC 109, 120(b) sections and 1988 Anti corruption act

• 2014, 5PM: Verdict announced.

• 2014, 6PM(appox): Jayalalithaa was given prisoner badge number 7402.






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