New Delhi [India]: Supporting the Supreme Court over their refusal to give an urgent hearing on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking to restrain All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (AIADMK) leader V.K. Sasikala from being sworn in as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, senior advocate KTS Tulsi on Saturday said all disputes are not judicially manageable.
“I’m sure this is a political action and the Supreme Court doesn’t want to get into the political thicket. Not all disputes are judicially manageable,” Tulsi told ANI.
The PIL, filed on February 6 in the apex court seeking a stay over Sasikala’s swearing-in, claimed that she had been convicted under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, for amassing wealth disproportionate to her income.
The petitioner said he filed the plea in the interest of people of Tamil Nadu and to maintain the peace in the state.
In a major turn of events, AIADMK general secretary Natarajan yesterday staked her claim to form government.
“Chinnamma stakes claim to form Government,” AIADMK tweeted.
Sasikala earlier visited Tamil Nadu Governor Ch. Vidyasagar Rao and carried along with her letter of support claiming majority. She was accompanied by five senior AIADMK leaders. (ANI)