Chennai: Madras High Court on Thursday cast doubts over the death of former Tamil Nadu chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and asked why her body can not be exhumed.
After examining the petition which has filed by the Amma (Jayalalithaa) Followers on her death mystery, now a fresh controversy has come out regarding former Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa Death.
Sasikala Pushpa had earlier expressed her wish to contest for the party's general secretary post.
The incident comes a day before the party's general council meeting to elect the AIADMK general secretary, for which the late Jayalalithaa's close aide Sasikala Natarajan is believed to be the top contender.
But then the pending cases of Disproportionate Assets is preventing her from doing that.
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The two-judge bench, which includes Justice Parthiban, pointed out that no revenue division officer (RDO) had seen the body and that Jayalalithaa's medical records had not been made public. At least after her death now, truth should be revealed, Justice Vaidyalingam was quoted as saying by ANI.
AIADMK is a party which was under the domination for Jayalalithaa for three decades. In 2011 too, after coming to power, Jayalalithaa expelled Sasikala and her relatives from the party's primary membership.
Party spokesperson C R Saraswathy charged Pushpa with trying to create a law-and-order problem ahead of the General Council.
VK Sasikala didn't attend the meeting either. A party senior said the formality of electing her would be done sometime in April. After acknowledging the leaders, Sasikala walked into the residence.
The party members paid homage to 711 party members who had died this year due to various reasons. He also demands an investigation into the former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's death.