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The AIADMK leader, who is currently in jail convicted in a disproportioned property case, visited the house of Hosar MLA near Central Prison, says the report of Karnataka Deputy Inspector General of Police D Roopa who was transferred after her report revealed the bribery in the jail authority.
In her report submitted to the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), Roopa said, Deputy IGP D Roopa said, "There is a reliable information that she (Sasikala) sometimes goes to a house near the central jail that belongs to Hosur MLA."
It adds, "This may be further ascertained by footages of CCTV cameras placed at the entrance of the jail and the cameras placed in between gate 1 and gate 2 of the jail."
"In one video Sasikala is attired in a cotton nightie. In other two videos, she is in a mud-color chudidar and Ilavarasi in an orange/red saree.
"Of the four video clippings, in one of the videos, which is of 25 seconds, she is purportedly seen entering the jail from outside, wherein she is holding bags which look like shopping bags," Roopa said.
Sasikala is lodged in the jail ever since her conviction in February in a disproportionate assets case along with her two relatives V N Sudhakaran and Ilavarasi.
They are all serving a four-year jail term. Another video showed three male prison warders in uniform guarding the gate and also a male convict. In female-barracks, there are no men guarding the barracks, the video suggests.
D Roopa, on July 13, alleged mismanagement in the central jail saying preferential treatment was being given to Sasikala for a payment of Rs 2 crore to its officials, which prompted the Karnataka government to order a high-level probe into the incident.