Disproportionate assets case against Jaya adjourne
A special court here on Thursday adjourned to July 8 the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.
Bangalore: A special court here on Thursday adjourned to July 8 the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.
Senior advocate B Kumar appearing on behalf of
Jayalalithaa, had filed an application before the court
seeking four weeks` time to study the case as he had recently
been appointed as counsel and the case was a complicated one.
Kumar is representing Jayalalithaa as earlier counsel
Navaneetha Krishnan has been appointed Advocate General of
Special judge BM Mallikarjunaiah decided to grant Kumar
a fortnight`s time to study the matter and adjourned the case
to July 8.
Earlier, the court also decided to ignore the letter
written by G Sambandham, deputy superintendent of Directorate
of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC), Chennai and addressed
directly to the judge, saying that they were going to carry
out further investigation.
The court directed police to route the letter through
the Special Public Prosecutor.