PMK leader urges Siddharamaiah to seek stay on Karnataka High Court order

DC CORRESPONDENT
Published May 14, 2015, 11:01 am IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
GK Mani handed over a letter written by PMK founder Dr S. Ramadoss
PMK president G.K. Mani
 PMK president G.K. Mani

Chennai: PMK president G.K. Mani on Wednesday met Chief Minister Siddharamaiah in Bengaluru and urged his government to initiate the appeal process and obtain a stay on Karnataka high court’s judgement acquitting AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa in assets case.

Mr Mani handed over a letter written by PMK founder Dr S. Ramadoss to Siddaramaiah. “Under the strength of this flawed judgement, Jayalalithaa will hurriedly be assuming the office of Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. It will harm people of Tamil Nadu. It will also make a mockery of justice.

 

I strongly believe that Karnataka government should immediately initiate the process and obtain stay of the order before any further damage is done to the justice,” Dr Ramadoss said in the letter, a copy of which was released to the media here. He pointed out that the high court verdict had glaring arithmetical error relating to her assets case.

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Location: Tamil Nadu




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