disproportionate assets case
Her return to Tamil Nadu is being keenly watched as it comes at a time when the assembly elections in the state are likely to be held in the next few months.
Sasikala was in prison since February 2017 along with Ilavarasi and late Jayalalithaa's foster son V N Sudhakaran in connection with the Rs 66 crore disproportionate assets case.
She will have to pay Rs 10 crore to walk out of prison on January 27, 2021, else spend another 13 months behind bars.
In the order, the government said that after consideration of the proposal sent by the ACB, there was reason to believe that Reddy had committed an offence under the Prevention of Corruption (PC) Act and acquired assets disproportionate
This will be Jagan's first appearance in court for the trial after he assumed charge as Chief Minister on May 30, 2019.
If Jagan Mohan Reddy appears personally next week, this would be his first appearance in the court as the chief minister in the case registered against him in 2011. He, however, has the option of challenging the order in High Court.
"Sasikala has applied for parole for 15 days and it is under consideration," the sources told PTI.
"After the doctors at Gandhi hospital carried out medical check-up and certified his health condition to be normal, he was produced before the judge of ACB court at his residence and sent to judicial remand for 14 days,” a source said.
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Special Judge Virender Kumar Goyal granted the relief to all the accused on a personal bond of Rs one lakh each and one surety of the like amount.
Singh has failed to give a satisfactorily answer over his possession of assets worth Rs 10 crore which did not tally with his known income.
Besides Virbhadra Singh and his wife, LIC agent Anand Chauhan, his associate Chunni Lal, Joginder Singh Ghalta, Prem Raj, Lawan Kumar Roach, Vakamullah Chandrashekhara and Ram Prakash Bhatia have been chargesheeted in the case.
The plea had said that the abatement of proceedings was "erroneous" as there was no provision either in the Constitution or the Supreme Court rules for it.
Sasikala Natarajan will have to pay Rs 10 crore and if she fails to pay the punitive amount imposed by the Supreme Court.
AIADMK General Secretary Sasikala Natarajan, who is aspiring to be the TN Chief Minister, the Supreme Court on Tuesday restored her conviction in a disproportionate assets case.
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