Bengaluru, May 11: Jayalalithaa is free, much to the joy of her fans and supporters, but DMK has to buckle up for a storm that is looming large over its party.
Like a wounded Tigress on the prowl, amma is waiting for the day when she would be sworn-in for the fourth time as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Her first statement after months of silence seems more of a clarion call against the 'factors' that led to her temporary downfall.
She said,"Truth has prevailed. This was a conspiracy by the DMK."
And the coming assembly elections to be held next year will reflect the consequences.
As if the twin poll drubbing in 2011 and 2014 was not enough for the opposition DMK, hopes of a cohesive party in next year's assembly polls has also been marred. It is just a matter of time when Jaya announces snap to exploit the soggy grounds of the opposition.
Emerging as a "Gold from fire", Jayalalithaa is likely to get a sweeping victory, nullifying the existence of DMK with renewed power and popularity.
As a gratitude to the people of Tamil Nadu for their immense support and love, Jaya will go to any extent to solve the Sri Lnakan fishermen case, the Kauvery water dispute with Karnataka, renewing her faith among the people of Tamil Nadu.
Snap polls or not, Amma is back with a bang and may not require any external forces to reinstate her reign over her people.