Fine of Rs 100 crore: Jayalalitha’s jewelery will be handed over to Tamil Nadu government, order of special court – Bollywood Keeda

Bengaluru, A special court in Bengaluru has said that former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, late J. The physical evidence in the disproportionate assets case against Jayalalitha and others – 27 kg of gold and diamond jewelery – will be handed over to the neighboring state government on March 6 and 7.

This paved the way for property valuation to collect the amount of Rs 100 crore fine imposed on Jayalalitha. Of this, 20 kg can be sold or auctioned, the rest was set aside by the court considering the fact that these were inherited by late Jayalalitha from her mother.

The trial was conducted in Karnataka on the directions of the Supreme Court and hence all the physical evidence is now in the treasury of Karnataka under the supervision of the court. The court had earlier said that Jayalalitha’s family members were not entitled to the properties that were seized by the state. The special court had ordered Karnataka to pay Rs 5 crore towards the expenses of the trial conducted in the state. The payment will be made through fixed deposit in the account belonging to Jayalalitha in the State Bank of India branch in Chennai.

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