Witness, Chennai: The lawyer representing the police brought to the attention of the High Court on Friday that many secrets were buried in the Kodanadu estate case of late CM Jayalalitha and are coming to light with the retrial. It is known that after Jayalalitha’s death, the watchman was murdered and looted in her Kodanadu estate. Due to the suspicious death of those related to this incident, many accusations and suspicions have arisen. However, the case was dismissed by the previous rulers.
In these circumstances, the DMK rulers who came to power took up a re-investigation into the incident. A team led by IPS officer Sudhakar expedited the investigation. Jayalalithaa Nechcheli Sasikala and her cousin Vivek along with 230 people were brought under investigation. In these circumstances, the petition filed in the High Court by Manoj, who is an accused in the case, came up for hearing before the bench of Justice Satish Kumar on Friday. The petitioner’s lawyers argued that the police should be ordered to finish the retrial expeditiously.
On this occasion, lawyer Hasan Mohammad Jinnah appeared on behalf of the police and brought many matters to the attention of the court. It is explained that many secrets and information have been buried in this case and all these are now coming to light. He said that the investigation is going in the right direction and requested that no deadline be imposed at this time. The judge directed to submit a comprehensive report in this regard in the court. The next hearing was postponed to 16th of this month.
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