Jayalalithaa death case: Arumugasami order cannot be changed – Apollo demand: Supreme Court rules | noway extend Arumugam commission Supreme court reject Appollo’s plea

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oi-Abdul Muthaleef

Published: Wednesday, November 24, 2021, 21:58 [IST]

The Arumugasami Commission of Inquiry into Jayalalithaa’s death cannot be expanded and the Apollo administration’s request to add other judges to the Commission cannot be accepted. The Supreme Court has categorically denied that it would affect the functioning of the Commission at present.

Apollo’s petition seeking an injunction against the Arumugasami Commission of Inquiry into Jayalalithaa’s death came up for hearing for the second day today before Justices Abdul Nasir and Krishna Murari. Then there was a heated argument between the Arumugam Sami side and the Apollo side. The details of the investigation are as follows:

Apollo-Arumugam Sami Commission clash

Apollo-Arumugam Sami Commission clash

The Apollo administration argued that the Commission had “filed in the Supreme Court documents which were not filed in the Chennai High Court. This is causing unnecessary confusion”.

On behalf of the Arumugasami Commission, we objected that Apollo should not be allowed to interfere, as we have not yet fully placed the arguments. An argument ensued.

Only the Arumugam Sami Commission argument is allowed

Only the Arumugam Sami Commission argument is allowed

The judges then intervened and, after the Arumugasami Commission had concluded its arguments, ordered the Apollo side to take the answers so as not to interfere at present.

Subsequently, the lawyer for the Arumugasami Commission argued, “Outsiders are not allowed in during the commission’s hearings.

Moreover, the government has nothing to do with this authority. The government does not have a petitioner or a counter – petitioner in the commission’s inquiry, except for prosecution witnesses.

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Judges then intervened, saying to the Commission why the lone lawyer? They questioned why he was filing affidavits with the Commission.

May allow medical professionals- Commission

May allow medical professionals- Commission

Responding, Arumugasami’s counsel said, “If the information of the witnesses is inconsistent, he will file it as an affidavit.

The lawyer pointed out that this is the job of the lawyer. A panel of medical experts may also be set up to assist the Commission. However, when appointing judges as the head of the commission, the court should say that they are not competent to examine the medical resources and documents of the judiciary and expand the Arumugasami Commission generously. “

Apollo's request cannot be accepted- Supreme Court rejection

Apollo’s request cannot be accepted- Supreme Court rejection

The judges then ruled, “The idea is to set up a medical committee to examine the medical details of Jayalalithaa’s death and to cross-examine the evidence. Apollo will have to say whether he agrees.”

At the same time, the Apollo administration’s request to add other judges to the Arumugasami Commission cannot be accepted. If other judges are appointed to the Commission at the present stage it will affect the functioning of the Commission at present. We will set up a medical team if needed to assist the commission. “

On behalf of the Arumugasami Commission, it said, “The people of Tamil Nadu are in the mood to find out the cause of death of the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, so it was with that in mind that the media was allowed in. 1 journalist was allowed in, and the news of the Commission’s inquiry was duly published.

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Notice was sent when the media wrote speculations- Commission

Notice was sent when the media wrote speculations- Commission

But we completely reject the allegation that the Commission conducted the inquiry only on the basis of media reports and speculation, such a claim is false. It is completely untrue to say that the Commission has leaked all the information to the media.

The Commission has sometimes issued notices to the media regarding misconduct regarding the Commission’s investigation and has also advised the media not to base their speculations on the investigation. “

The Arumugasami Commission case has been adjourned till tomorrow (Nov. 25) to continue the arguments.

English summary

noway to extend Arumugam commission Supreme court reject Appollo’s plea

Story first published: Wednesday, November 24, 2021, 21:58 [IST]

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