As per a report published in The Hindu, Swamy said that he now hopes "to send Congress Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and party's Vice President Rahul Gandhi in jail in connection with the National Herald scam case.
"I first thought of Jayalalithaa, but now will work on sending Sonia and Rahul to jail, hopefully by Christmas," he was quoted as saying.
On Saturday, Swamy described the Jayalalithaa's verdict as "excellent" and praised the 'tremendous courage' of the Bangalore Sessions Court.
He also said that the imposition of Rs 100-crore fine on Jayalalithaa was "nothing for her."
"She was corrupt and I knew she was corrupt. But ultimately it is a matter of great pride for me as an Indian that a local Sessions Court judge stood up to all this and gave a correct judgment", he told a daily.
On Sunday, the AIADMK workers blocked public transport and burned effigies of Subramanian Swamy and DMK chief M Karunanidhi, in Coimbatore over Jayalalithaa's verdict.
In 1996, Swamy, the then Janata Party leader, was the first person who had filed the case against Jayalalithaa.