We will get them punished with lifetime imprisonment,” he said at Irugur, in his second phase of campaign in the Sulur by-election, seeking support for the party candidate, Pongalur N Palanisamy.
A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi issued notice and stayed the proceedings of the inquiry commission.
The AIADMK-led state government had set up the inquiry commission to look into the circumstances leading to the death of Jayalalithaa on December 5, 2016, at Apollo Hospitals.
Advocate ML Ravi had sought the stay, which was earlier also dismissed by the Madras High Court in January.
Tamil Nadu elections 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: State records 70.9 per cent voter total turnout, may touch 72 percent
Voting drew to a close in the state at 6 PM, except in Madurai, where polling was allowed till 8 PM in view of the local temple festival.
DMK's Stalin and other leaders talk about the various schemes brought in by the late Karunanidhi when he was Chief Minister.
Director Vijay talks about his choices, his equation with success and failure, and also his next biggie, the Jayalalithaa biopic, Thalaivi.
Batcha's wife and Greenhouse promoters MD S Rehanabanu had met the President and submitted a petition to him on Thursday.
The film will be mounted on a large scale but will be different from any other epic that has been made in recent times, the actor said in a statement.
It disagreed with the hospital's contention that a retired judge of the high court (Arumughaswamy) cannot be the competent person to deal with the complex and intricate medical treatment.
The bench, however, accused the Arumughaswamy Commission and its counsel of exceeding their limits.
The DMK president said that the Narendra Modi government at the Centre was destroying autonomous institutions such as RBI, CBI, IT, ED, ECI, etc.
The veracity of the signing amount came into doubt when director Vijay allegedly told an online publication that the reports where ‘fake news’.
When a matter was pending before a court of law including a commission appointed under the Commission of Inquiry Act, its proceedings cannot be subject to any discussion or campaign.
Election 2019 is the first in the state without the two Dravidian stalwarts and both the parties are slugging it out to continue their legacy.