Will send you to jail right now, Madras HC tells man claiming to be Jaya’s son

Chennai: The Madras Excessive Courtroom on Friday reprimanded a person, who claimed to be the "secret son" of former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa, questioning the genuineness of paperwork submitted by him.

"I can send this man straightaway to jail. I will ask police officers to take him to jail now itself," Justice R Mahadevan stated.

The decide directed him to seem earlier than the Commissioner of Police tomorrow itself and handover authentic paperwork for verification.

The person, J Krishnamoorthy, had moved the court docket, saying he was born to Jayalalithaa and late Telugu actor Shoban Babu.

He submitted some paperwork, together with a deed of adoption. He additionally sought the court docket's assist to declare him as her son and therefore entitled to her properties, together with the Poes Backyard residence.

The petitioner additionally sought a route to the Director Common of Police to supply him safety, as he feared threats from the household of Jayalalithaa's aide and AIADMK common secretary V Okay Sasikala.

The petition had been filed within the Excessive Courtroom Registry every week in the past and it got here up at the moment for maintainability.

The decide stated the petitioner had "fabricated" the paperwork.

"… Even if the documents are placed before an LKG student, he will say that they are fabricated documents. You attached a photo available in public domain. Do you think anyone can just walk in and initiate PIL proceedings?," the decide stated.

"Don't play with the court," the decide stated earlier than directing extra public prosecutor Emilias to determine the genuineness of the paperwork.

The paperwork must be positioned earlier than the commissioner of police. "Let the commissioner verify the genuineness of the documents."

The petitioner had claimed that he was born in 1985 and yr later he was given in adoption to the household of

Erode-based Vasanthamani, who allegedly labored in former chief minister M G Ramachandran's family within the late 1980s.

In response to the petitioner, the 'adoption deed' which had images and signatures of Jayalalithaa, Shoban Babu and Vasanthamani on the rear, had the signature of M G Ramachandran as 'witnesses' to adoption.

Referring to this, the decide stated the late chief minister M G Ramachandran was not in a position to transfer even his hand across the time the doc was allegedly ready.

"But the document shows that he has signed," the decide stated.

"This man (petitioner) has fabricated the document…," the decide stated.

The decide requested Social Activist 'Visitors' Ramaswamy who accompanied the petitioner if he had seen the paperwork.

"What is your role here. You have done marvellous service to the society through this court. I can send this man straightaway to jail…. Are you satisfied with the document?," the decide requested.