Spe­cial Pub­lic Pros­e­cu­tor Un­happy Over Ver­dict De­lay

The Economic Times - - Pure Pol­i­tics -

Chen­nai | New Delhi: Po­lit­i­cal un­cer­tainty con­tin­ued for the fourth day­inTamilNadueven­though­gov­er­nor C Vidyasagar Rao met with war­ring AIADMK col­leagues — gen­eral sec­re­tary VK Sasikala and CM Pan­neer­sel­vam — sep­a­rately. Dur­ingher­meet­ing,Sasikala­handed over to the gover­nor a list of MLAs who­sup­port­heran­drequest­ed­himto in­vite her to form the gov­ern­ment. How­ever, Rao did not give her any firm­com­mit­ment.He­may­be­wait­ing BEN­GALURU: BV Acharya, spe­cial pub­lic pros­e­cu­tor in the case against Sasikala has ex­pressed un­hap­pi­ness over the de­lay in the ver­dict. He said the SC had re­served judge­ment last July. ‘It is seven months now... on mat­ters of such pub­lic im­por­tance, the de­ci­sion should not be de­layed.” “If the apex court up­holds our ap­peal or even re­verts the case to the Kar­nataka HC, Sasikala will have to go back to jail... If the case is dis­missed, she (can)...be­come the CM,” Acharya said.

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