Jayalalitha illegal assets case is alarming other corrupt politicians

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Jayalalitha illegal assets case is alarming other corrupt politicians

Now that the suspense over a special Bangalore court’s verdict in a Rs 66.65 crore disproportionate assets case against AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa is over, she must step down as chief minister immediately. Additionally, three-time chief minister Jayalalithaa will not only not be able to avail three months’ time for going on appeal against the trial court’s verdict, but will not be able to contest any election for six years after she is discharged from prison.

Jayalalithaa’s conviction must serve as a lesson for other chief ministers to curb corrupt practices that benefit them personally and instead focus on providing clean and sound governance.

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