Ms. Jayalalithaa, today filed a nomination for the RK nagar assembly constituency bi-elections. The election will be held on June 27th under high security.
Ms. Jayalalithaa has sworn in as the Tamilnadu Chief Minister two weeks ago. As per the Indian law, the candidate who assumes the office of the Chief Minister must take an election within six months. Earlier, Ms. Jayalalithaa was disqualified as a member of Legistlative assembly by the Election commission of India, in respect to her conviction by the special court in karnataka.
Accordingly, Ms. Jayalalithaa has prepared herself to contest the elections. AIADMK’s party member, Vetrivel has earlier resigned from the constituency of RK Nagar to felicitate the election of Ms. Jayalalithaa.
It is already known that the High court of Karnataka has acquitted Ms. Jayalalitha in the Disproportionate Assets case. In the latest outcome the Karnataka government has decided to send a bill of over Rs. 5 crore to the Tamilnadu government over the expenses it incurred during the trial of Ms. Jayalalithaa over the Disproportionate Assets case in Karnataka.
The politics of Tamilnadu has become interesting as the Karnataka government has decided to appeal against the judgement of the Karnataka high court in the Supreme court. This may land the CM of Tamilnadu in problems, as the critics say that it is highly possible for the conviction of Ms.Jayalalithaa given the evidence of her Disproportionate Assets, the NDTV reports.