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BENGALURU: Perturbed over the ongoing raids by the income tax department on 187 places linked to her and her associates, incarcerated AIADMK leader V K Sasikala was on Saturday and Sunday glued to Tamil TV news channels, newspapers and periodicals for information on the development, sources in the Bengaluru prison said.
Sasikala, who is serving a four-year term after her conviction in a disproportionate assets case, was seen watching TV news channels till late night on Friday and Saturday, sources said.
The raids on the premises linked to Sasikala and her close aides began on Thursday. Most of the raided locations were in Tamil Nadu and reports have spoken of huge quantities of cash and gold being seized.
“She was busy watching Tamil TV channels on Friday and Saturday till 1am. On Saturday, she arrived at the prison library and read Tamil dailies. She appeared disturbed after reading news of the raids,” a source said. She was accompanied by J Ilavarasi, her fellow convict in the DA case.
“Usually, Sasikala and Ilavarasi have dinner around 8pm and go to bed by 9pm. She generally watches Tamil movies or old film songs,” sources said.
On Sunday morning too, Sasikala visited the library. “She entered the library around 10am and read Tamil journals and newspapers for around 90 minutes. After that, she returned to her barracks, discussed something with Ilavarasi and wrote some letters,” sources said.
Meanwhile, I-T raids at the premises of Sasikala’s kin and their business associates, entered its fourth day on Sunday before being temporarily concluded. “The search has been temporarily concluded on Sunday. We will resume the process in 20-25 premises on Monday,” the official, who did not want to be identified, said.