New Delhi, May 31: The Supreme Court will continue its hearing in the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case tomorrow, June 1. The Bench comprising Justices P C Ghose and Amitava Roy will convene a special sitting on Tuesday and arguments are likely to end tomorrow.
A member of the Karnataka's legal team informed OneIndia that the matter is likely to be heard for at least 3 hours tomorrow and the Bench wants to conclude hearing on June 1. Special Public Prosecutor for Karnataka, B V Acharya will conclude arguments tomorrow.
The Bench is hearing an appeal filed by Karnataka challenging the acquittal of Tamil Nadu chief minister, J Jayalalithaa and three others in the disproportionate assets case.
The Bench will also hear two petitions that had challenged the locus standi of Karnataka in filing the appeal in this case.
Before the Supreme Court broke for vacations, Acharya had argued that that a clear case had been made out against Jayalalithaa and others. He also referred several times to the companies that were floated by Jayalalithaa's aide, Sasikala Natrajan only with an intention of moving the disproportionate income.