The details pertaining to Jayalalithaa’s disqualification has become known only on Wednesday.
Rao is in the city as part of the party general council meeting being held here.
Refusing to comment on any specific conversation at the meeting, he said both leaders exchanged pleasantries.
Expressing her pain at reports of suicides and deaths, the statement said a total of 219 people have lost their lives. She appealed cadre not to indulge in such acts.
Families to get Rs 3 lakh; party claims 193 people lost their lives.
Jayalalithaa assured the party workers she will meet their expectations besides continuing to work for the welfare of the people.
Groups of AIADMK supporters had gathered at some places chanting slogans hailing their leader.
Special prayers were held by the party faithful in places of religious worship seeking release of Jaya.
The case against her accuses Jayalalithaa of using her first term as chief minister from 1991 to 1996 to accumulate vast wealth.
The most interesting part for jail authorities has been the ease with which they have been able to handle a high-profile and an “inaccessible” former CM, Jaisimha said.
The petitioner contended that disqualification as a member of assembly should not result in losing ministership.
It is high time for DMK chief M Karunanidhi to break his silence over Jayalalithaa’s conviction, says Ramadoss.
Section 144 of the Cr.P.C has been clamped within one km radius of the High Court and Parapanna Agrahara Prison.
The challenge to the AIADMK chief’s conviction must play out only in the court.
Party starts campaign on WhatsApp.