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Gutka scam letter to former Tamil Nadu late CM Jayalalithaa found in VK Sasikala’s room in Veda Nilayam: I-T department
In a shocking revelation, the Income Tax (I-T) Department on Friday told the Madras High Court that its confidential letter to the then Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa relating to gutka scam was found f
A close relative of V K Sasikala deposed before the Justice A Arumughaswamy inquiry commission looking into the death of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Tuesday. The deposition by Krishna Priy
Days after summoning V K Sasikala, Justice A Arumughaswamy inquiry commission into the death of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, on Wednesday summoned her (Sasikala) nephew T T V Dhinakaran.
Made it despite contesting as Independent; overcame various hurdles, including I-T raids on clan, arrest and ouster from ruling party
The case relates to the import of a Toyota Lexus car in 1994, declaring it as a "used vehicle" and thereby allegedly evading tax to the tune of Rs 1.06 crore.
The ruling faction can contest RK Nagar, civic polls on the iconic symbol; TTV may have to fight bypoll as an independent candidate.
CBI registered the case in 1997; Baskaran and wife Sreedhaladevi were awarded 5, 3 years RI, respectively, in 2008.
The Madras High Court today adjourned to October 27 ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu to conduct elections for the party's general secretary post.
Sasikala's husband M Natarajan is admitted in the liver intensive care unit of a corporate hospital since last month following a kidney and liver failure and is awaiting a deceased donor transplant.
Currently lodged at Parappana Agrahara jail in Bengaluru, Sasikala was convicted and sentenced to a four-year prison term in the Rs 66.6-crore disproportionate assets case.
The 300-page charge sheet was filed before Judicial Magistrate C Sridhar, supported with 69 documents and 97 witnesses, investigating officer Balasundaram told reporters here.
Around 2,400 General Council members are expected to attend Tuesday’s crucial meeting, but unlike in the past, there are no special invitees this time.
Sidelined AIADMK Deputy General Secretary T T V Dinakaran claimed he could have become the chief minister immediately after the demise of J Jayalalithaa.
The move came a day after factions led by OPS and EPS merged, ending a six-month feud in a power-sharing formula in the ruling party and the government with the rebel leader being made then dy CM.
The general council of AIADMK will be convened soon after the merger of factions led by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and the rebel leader O Pannneerselvam is formalised on Monday.