This is likely to be the final week of the arguments before the court reserves the verdict which is likely to be pronounced after the vacations. The Supreme Court breaks for vacation from May 15 and will resume sitting on June 29.
Today special public prosecutor for Karnataka the appellant state will continue arguments. He has been filing his rejoinder in the case and is expected to conclude.
The court will also hear two petitions challenging the appointment of Acharya as SPP and also Karnataka's locus standi to file the appeal in the case.
Last week the Supreme Court had directed all the advocates to wind up their arguments by the end of this week. The court hears the matter between Tuesday and Thursday.
Karnataka had filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against the High Court verdict which had set aside the conviction handed out to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, Sasikala Natrajan, Ilavarasi and Sudhakaran.