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Jaya acquitted in SPIC divestment case

January 23, 2004 14:26 IST

A special court on Friday acquitted Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the SPIC disinvestment case.

Special Judge R Rajamanickam also acquitted former state industries secretary, C Ramachandran, and industrialist A C
Muthiah who were charged in the case along with Jayalalithaa.
 
The court held that the prosecution had failed to prove the case beyond all reasonable doubt.

 


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