Tamilnadu chief minister Jayalalita got her new home ( jail ) for four year in disproportionate assets case by special court.
1996 – The DMK government registers a first information report (FIR) against Jayalalithaa for having disproportionate assets known to her source of income.
2003 – DMK leader K Anbazhagan urges the Supreme Court to shift the case out of Chennai. The apex court orders shifting of the case to Bangalore where a special court was set up.
2010 – Trial in the disproportionate assets case begins in a serious manner.
2011 – AIADMK back in power and Jayalalithaa becomes chief minister of Tamil Nadu.
Jayalalithaa appears before the trial court and answers over 1,300 questions.
2012 – Supreme Court clears the appointment of G Bhavani Singh as the special public prosecutor.
John Michael Cunha appointed as the special court judge.
2014 – Conclusion of trial and judgment day was initially fixed for September 20. The date was postponed to September 27 at Jayalalithaa’s request citing security reasons.
2014 – Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa held