Politician VK Sasikala is allowed to roam freely out of the jail. The video concerning the same was leaked nowadays and it has become viral. Politician VK Sasikala has ordered to stay in jail for 4 years by the Supreme Court. Despite this, she is getting the special treatment in jail. The reports say that she had offered a huge sum of Rs 2 Cr to a police officer to gain more privileges in jail. She has got the flat screen TV, special meals facility in jail, and also she is leaving the jail and going out whenever required.
VK Sasikala was allowed to leave the prison by the Jailers – Check the Video Here
The popular channel NDTV has recently released a footage of VK Sasikala wearing a dark suit and coming into jail with a bag. D Roopa who was handling the supervising work in jail has been transferred as a traffic police in Karnataka after caught Sasikala roaming freely. D Roopa has submitted the footage to anti-corruption investigation commission.
Ms. Sasikala is probably going to be removed today from Tamil Nadu’s ruling party, the AIADMK, of which she assumed responsibility after the passing in December of J Jayalalithaa, with whom she lived for quite a long time in Chennai. Ms. Jayalalithaa was Chief Minister when she passed on after a drawn-out healing facility stay; after her demise, the AIADMK, which took after her lead aimlessly for almost 20 years, broke into two camps which are endeavoring a merger today.
The groups were manufactured over who might be Chief Minister after Ms. Jayalalithaa’s passing. O Panneerselvam, who frequently subbed for her when she was alive, was first named her substitution, yet Ms. Sasikala soon moved to assume control over the state herself.
However, the Supreme Court at that point discovered Ms Jayalalithaa and her guilty of a decades-old corruption case and requested her to jail. Prior to her detainment in neighbouring Karnataka, she picked supporter E Palaniswami to assume control as Chief Minister.
From that point forward, a third camp hosts been made in the party one headed by Ms. Sasikala’s nephew, TTV Dhinakaran, who is named in a clutter of defilement cases. Mr Panneerselvam’s group of around 10 administrators enough to have any kind of effect in a trust vote – need Ms Sasikala and Mr Dhinakaran removed from the party before they re-join with Mr Palaniswami’s bigger party.