The relatives, who have been seeking a CBI probe, said they were not allowed to talk to Jayalalithaa during the brief meeting on Thursday.
City public prosecutor M L Jegan, who filed the complaint on behalf of the CM at a sessions court in the city, cited five persons as accused in the case.
‘She is my god, she is my boss. I have done it to prove my loyalty to her.’
For the by-election, nominations will be accepted from June 3 to 10. Votes will be counted on June 30.
Jayalalithaa was sworn in today as the CM of Tamil Nadu for the fifth time at the University of Madras.
Jayalalithaa who was sworn in Tamil Nadu Chief Minister on Saturday for the fifth time has traversed through several ups and downs in her political career spanning four decades.
Jayalalithaa was disqualified following her conviction in the Rs 66.66 crore disproportionate assets case by a trial court in Bengaluru on September 27.
The 67-year-old AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa was administered oath of office and secrecy by Governor K Rosaiah.
Jayalalithaa set to return as Chief Minister, party leaders says no question of change in HC verdict.
Swamy had filed a case in 1996 against Jayalalithaa alleging that during her tenure as CM, she amassed properties disproportionate to her known sources of income.
It is stated in the judgment that the total income of Jayalalithaa was Rs 34.76 cr.
“What has been pronounced today is not the final verdict,” said DMK President M Karunanidhi on Monday.
Following is the course of events in the disproportionate assets case against Jayalalithaa.
Jayalalithaa and her associates had been sentenced to four years in prison by a trial court on September 27 last year.
Karnataka HC has acquitted former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.