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...A case regarding acquisition of disproportionate assets by a public servant, under the Prevention of Corruption Act, stands on a slightly different footing from an ordinary criminal case. In the case of possessing disproportionate assets, the allegation is that a public servant amasses wealth by illegal means and the object of law is not merely to punish the offender but also to see that the offender or his/her legal representatives do not own or enjoy such illegally acquired assets. The Chief Minister passed away on December 5, 2016. Orders in the DA case had been reserved six months prior to this, after all hearings had concluded on June 7, 2016. On February 14, the Supreme Court upheld the ‘guilty’ verdict of the Bengaluru trial court, sending the other three accused — V.K. Sasikala, J. Ilavarasi and V.N. Sudhakaran — to jail, with a penalty of ₹10 crore each. The first accused, Jayalalithaa, was no more and hence the court held that the charges against her had abated. ...The Hindu on April 17, 2017, 11:44 p.m.