Tamil Nadu: Proceedings in Jayalalitha case adjourned until Apr 26
Bangalore: A local court on Tuesday granted time
till April 26 to enable an interpreter to submit correct
version of witnesses` statements in the disproportionate
assets case against AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa, after defence
found faults in the translation.
Special Court Judge B M Mallikarjunaiah asked the court
interpreter to submit correct version of witnesses by April 26
and adjourned proceedings until the date.
The defence had earlier pointed out defects in the Tamil
to English version of the witnesses statement and asked for
On April 6, the court had granted time till today to the
official interpreter to furnish the correct suggested version.
Of the total of 259 witnesses in the case, the correct
version of statements of 179 witnesses has been incorporated
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