HC disposes of anticipatory bail plea of expelled AIADMK MP's husband, son

The Madras High Court today disposed of the anticipatory bail petitions of the husband and the son of expelled AIADMK Rajya Sabha MP Sasikala Pushpa after the the Tamil Nadu government submitted that police had not filed a case as claimed by the petitioners.

Published: 08th August 2016 11:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th August 2016 11:10 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

CHENNAI: The Madras High Court today disposed of the anticipatory bail petitions of the husband and the son of expelled AIADMK Rajya Sabha MP Sasikala Pushpa after the the Tamil Nadu government submitted that police had not filed a case as claimed by the petitioners.     

When the advance bail petitions came up before Justice S Vaidyanathan for hearing, Additional Advocate General Mani Shanker said that there no such case had been filed by police at Anna Nagar here.  

Apprehending arrest, Lingeswara Thilagam, the husband of the Rajya Sabha MP and their son L Pradeep Raja had filed advance bail petitions before the high court.          

They had claimed that police had registered a case under various IPC sections against them.

Justice Vaidyanathan disposed of the petition after recording the statement of AAG that no case is pending before the police as claimed by the petitioners.        

On August 1, Sasikala Pushpa was expelled from AIADMK by party supremo Jayalalithaa for 'bringing disrepute to the party', days after she reportedly got into a scuffle with a DMK MP Tiruchi Siva at the Delhi airport.

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