Thalaivi is back to rule Tamil Nadu

A special bench of the Karnataka High Court on Monday acquitted former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case in which she was convicted and sentenced for four years' imprisonment by a trial court. Pronouncing the verdict, single-judge bench of Justice CR Kumaraswamy said all the charges on which Jayalalithaa was convicted and sentenced by the trial court were not sustainable and upheld her appeal.A trial court, headed by special judge John Michael D'Cunha, had on September 27, 2014 convicted and sentenced Jayalalithaa and her three accomplices to a four-year jail term and a fine of Rs 100 crore Super Prime Time discuses with Dr Sebasitian Paul, MT Ramesh, KA Johny, Adv CP Udayabanu.

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