The Supreme Court dismisses plea and asks for DNA test to Bengaluru woman, who is claiming to be Jayalalitha’s daughter. The 37 years old, Amrutha alias Manjula on November 22, had filed a petition in the apex court to allow a DNA test to prove she was the biological daughter of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. However, according to the latest reports, the apex court dismissed her plea, saying it cannot be entertained under Article 32. However, the Supreme Court has said that she has a liberty to approach regarding this to High Court.
She told during her petition, whenever she tried to meet Jayalalitha, Sasikala does not allow her to meet them, Sahikala also not even allowed her to attend Jayalalitha’s burial ceremony. She said that earlier, she had written letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind, also to CBI and the judges of the apex court regarding this, but did not get any response from them. Hence it is said that now she is seeking help from the Supreme Court to provide her justice. She also explained her relationship and also said that her adoptive mother Shylaja died in 2015 and her father Srath Died On march 20, 2017. Amrutha alias Manjula claims that she was born on August 14, 1980, in Jayalalithaa’s home.