Jayalalithaa verdict: Subramanian Swamy says Modi permitted him to function freely!

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Chennai, Sep 29: Subramanian Swamy said that justice was delivered because Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not influence the disproportionate assets case of Tamil Nadu former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and let it go independently.

Swamy said that initially he also thought that he's fighting against the leader of one of the biggest political parties in Tamil Nadu and the case is sure to get influenced. But when he approached Prime Minister Narendra for the same, Modi assured him that he will not interfere in the case and that Swamy can freely go about it legally.

Swamy also agreed to the fact that there was a lot of pressure from a lot of people and to keep the case going, they had to put in too much efforts. But he was thankful that the case did not reach the point of withdrawal.

Swamy said that he was always sure that the court will give the right judgement and appropriate sentence to Jayalalithaa. "Though it has been a little late, justice has been delivered."

Jayalalithaa was sentenced to serve four years in jail and asked to pay a fine Rs.100 crores in connection with a disproportionate assets case by a Bangalore Special Court.

Justice served!

Swamy said that he was always sure that the court will give the right judgement and appropriate sentence to Jayalalithaa.

Gathering evidence against Jayalalithaa

Subramanian Swamy admitted that gathering evidence against Jayalalithaa was a big task as she was a very big personality in Tamil Nadu and was also supported by several people. But in the end, the efforts were worth the trouble.

Pressure from around

Swamy also agreed to the fact that there was a lot of pressure from a lot of people and to keep the case going, they had to put in too much efforts. But he was thankful that the case did not reach the point of withdrawal.

Narendra Modi not to impact!

Swamy said that initially he also thought that he's fighting against the leader of one of the biggest political parties in Tamil Nadu and the case is sure to get influenced. But when he approached Prime Minister Narendra for the same, Modi assured him that he will not interfere in the case and that Swamy can freely go about it legally.

No escape from corruption!

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa was sentenced to serve four years in jail and asked to pay a fine Rs.100 crores in connection with a disproportionate assets case by a Bangalore Special Court.

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