AIADMK leaders hand over Rs 5 lakh cheque from Jayalalithaa.
The meeting comes in the wake of the Centre’s move to drum up support for ordinances
The cases were filed against Jayalalithaa and others in 1996 and 1997 for not filing income tax returns.
The IT dept had launched criminal proceedings against them for allegedly not filing returns.
In a statement, the CPM termed the move to ask schools to observe Good Governance Day on December 25 “offensive and unjustifiable”.
Several members demanded that Modi respond to their concerns.
AIADMK members also lauded the efforts of their party chief to help the Tamil Nadu fishermen who were picked up by the Sri Lankan Navy.
The Select Committee on the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill has recommended that the issue of Indian ownership and “control” be clearly defined in the Act.
At final count, Mann gestured that Kumar had used the words six times in his speech.
The Centre had facilitated the settlement by compounding the cases after the Supreme Court had asked the department to wrap up their probe by the end of 2014.
The cases were registered against Jaya’s Sasi Enterprises for failing to file I-T returns in mid 90s.
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.
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