Jayalalithaa assured the party workers she will meet their expectations besides continuing to work for the welfare of the people.
The Supreme Court on Friday had granted bail to Jayalalithaa and three others.
On Friday, over 1000 Jayalalitha supporters thronged at Parappana Agrahara where the prison is located.
Special prayers were held by the party faithful in places of religious worship seeking release of Jaya.
AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa was on Friday granted bail by the Supreme Court in the disproportionate assets case.
Expressing solidarity with jailed AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa, a former actor, members of the Tamil cinema industry recently embarked on a day-long “silent fast” in Chennai
Complaints were also filed by the IT department against Sasi Enterprises represented by its partners, Jayalalithaa and Sasikala
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.
On Tuesday, Karnataka High Court had rejected her plea for grant of bail and suspension of her four-year prison term.
It is high time for DMK chief M Karunanidhi to break his silence over Jayalalithaa’s conviction, says Ramadoss.
With in an hour of rejecting of the bail petition, violence erupted across the state.
Section 144 of the Cr.P.C has been clamped within one km radius of the High Court and Parapanna Agrahara Prison.
The state school education department that was silent on the decision had reportedly asked the association to withdraw their announcement.
Special prayers at temples, churches and mosques were conducted, seeking divine intervention for her release.
The judge noted that evidence produced by the accused in their defence is ‘replete with the inconsistencies’.