Sasikala Natarajan will move the Supreme Court seeking parole to attend a funeral. In her application, she will seek parole to attend the funeral of her nephew T V Mahadevan who died of a cardiac arrest on Saturday.
The parole application will be moved in the Supreme Court of India, which had convicted her in the disproportionate assets case and sentenced her to four years imprisonment. The application will be moved through her advocates.
Sasikala is currently lodged in the Bengaluru central jail and is serving a four-year term. Her nephew Mahadevan passed away due to cardiac arrest at 9 am on Saturday. The 47-year-old was the son of Sasikala's later brother Dr Vinodagan.
He had gone to a temple in Thanjavur where he complained of chest pain. He was rushed to a private hospital, but was declared brought dead.