Arumugasamy Commission on Jayalalithaa’s death: Submits 590-page report to Chief Minister MK Stalin


By BBC News Tamil


Updated: Saturday, August 27, 2022, 14:09 [IST]

The Arumugasamy Commission set up to probe Jayalalithaa’s death completed its inquiry and submitted a 590-page report to Chief Minister MK Stalin.

Justice Arumugasamy appeared in person and submitted the report.

Later speaking to the media, he said that he did not delay in questioning the witnesses. He also said that the witnesses were extensively examined. He said that the doubts of the commission were mentioned in the report and the recommendations were given in two sections.

He said that there was no doubt that Jayalalithaa was brought to the hospital and mentioned that Sasikala had fully cooperated with the investigation.

He also told reporters that a written explanation was received from Sasikala as she did not appear in person.

Justice Arumugasamy also said that we have examined 154 witnesses including the petitioner.

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