Jethmalani, who condemned the verdict of disproportionate assets (DA) case involving the AIADMK supremo, may fight for the politician who has been convicted in a 18-year-old DA case.
Jayalalithaa along with her three other aides has been found guilty and has been sent to jail for four years. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister also has been imposed a fine of Rs 100 crore. Jethmalani condemned the verdict by a special court in Bangalore which did not even grant permission to Jaya to be moved to a private hospital as she was feeling uneasy inside the court premise.
Jethmalani condemned the verdict by a special court in Bangalore
A day after the verdict, Jayalalithaa's lawyer on Sunday, Sept 28 informed that his client would move Karnataka High Court on Monday, Sept 29. Jayalalithaa would apply for bail, informed the lawyer.
Earlier there were reports that court would not function for coming seven days due to Dussehra festival. But later it has been informed that special bench of court would function on Tuesday and Thursday and Jayalalithaa is likely to use the opportunity.
Jayalalithaa, aide Sasikala Natarajan, her son V N Sudhakaran and her niece Ilavarasi were also sentenced for four years. All four have been convictedof accumulating Rs 66 crore wealth disproportionate to known sources of her income from 1991-96 in Jayalalithaa's first term as Chief Minister.