In May 2014, AIADMK wins 37 of Tamil Nadu’s 39 seats, becomes third largest party in Lok Sabha. In September 27, 2014, Bengaluru-based trial court sentences Jayalalithaa to four years imprisonment and Rs 100 crore in fines. In October 17, 2014, After about a month in jail, she was granted bail by the Supreme Court. In May 11, 2015, Jayalalithaa was acquitted of all charges in the Disproportionate Assets Case by the Karnataka High Court. In May 23, 2015, She takes
oath and return as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister.
In November 3, 2016, Apollo Hospitals says Jayalalithaa has completely recovered.
In July 2015, Karnataka government goes to Supreme Court to appeal the acquittal by the Karnataka High Court.
In November 19, 2016, Jayalalithaa is shifted out of the ICU.
In May 2016, Jayalalithaa creates history by becoming the first Tamil Nadu Chief Minister in 32 years to be voted back to power. During September - October 2016, Jayalalithaa was admitted to Chennai’s Apollo hospital with complaints of “fever and dehydration”.
In December 4, 2016, The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister suffers a cardiac arrest. December 5, 2016, Jayalalithaa passes away, aged 68. There comes an end of a legend who has been equated as mother of all by the people of Tamil Nadu.
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