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“JAYALALITHAA WEALTH CASE: TRIAL COURT JUDGEMENT” (VOLUME TWO)” : This is a digitised, unabridged, and original version of Jayalalithaa Wealth Case. Miss. Jayalalithaa, the six-times Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, India, was accused of misusing her office during her first tenure i.e. 1991-96. Thereafter she and three others were charged over amassing properties worth nearly 66 crore INR; 3000 acres worth assets inclusive of farm houses and bungalows, agricultural lands and private firms, vineyards and tea estates in Tamil Nadu and Hyderabad; moveable assets included 800 kg silver, 28 kg gold, 750 pair of shoes, 10,500 saris, 91 watches, and other valuables. The Karnataka Trial Court Judgement ended in their conviction on 27th September 2014; the High Court of Karnataka acquitted all of them from all the charges through its judgement on 11th May 2015; ironically “the Sword of Damocles” fell on Jayalalithaa (after her death on 6/12/2016) and three others through the Judgement of Supreme Court of India on 15th February 2017 in which the order, the conviction, and the sentence of the trial court was restored in full and the judgement of Karnataka High Court was set-aside. While the appeals relate to Miss. Jayalalithaa, she having expired meanwhile, stand abated, the remaining three accused are to meet the cold hands of Justice. This series of Judgements of Trial Court, High Court, and Supreme Court expose the finer aspects of this protracted litigation involving high profile people in the annals of Indian Legal History.
S. PADMAVATHI & D.G. HARIPRASATH
Mrs. S. Padmavathi, M.A., M.L.,
Mrs. S. Padmavathi alias Mrs. Z.Y. Himsagar was born in a Tamil-speaking Brahmin family in Tirupadhiripuliyur, Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu, India on 14th April 1969. Mr. Sankaran, an erstwhile Health Inspector, Government of Tamil Nadu and Mrs. Vasantha were her parents. Her maternal ancestors hail from Mahadhanpuram, a typical Brahaminical village situate on the banks of Cauvery River in Krihsnarayapuram Taluk in Karur District, Tamil Nadu. She had her elementary education in and around Chidambaram Town. She obtained her graduation in Economics from Madras University, Bachelor of Law Degree from Bangalore University and Master of Law as well as Master of Arts (English Literature) Degrees from Annamalai University. The author has been practicing as an Advocate in Temple Town (Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India) since 1999 under the maveric Civil Side Advocate Shri K. Ramadoss, M.Sc., B.L. in Chidambaram Bar. She, along with her husband Mr. Z.Y. Himsagar, who is related to the acclaimed Tamil Writer and Critic Ka.Naa.Subramaniam @ K.N.S. @b Ka.Naa.Su. have authored many political history books in addition to a short-story book entitled “Mahadhanapuram Railway Gate” which won the Ilakkiya Sindhani Award in 2003.
Mr. D.G. HARIPRASATH, B.A., LL.B.
Mr. D.G. Hariprasath is a practising Advocate at the High Court of Judicature, Madras. He studied Law in the School of Law at SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India. He was born in the “Temple Town” Chidambaram on 5th May 1995. He has brought out two voluminous works i.e. digitised version of “Kapoor Commission on the Assassination of Mahathma Gandhi” and “Supreme Court Judgement on Ayodhya Dispute”.
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