A petition seeking the transfer of Sasikala Natarajan from a Bengaluru jail to a woman's prison in Tumakuru has been rejected by the Karnataka High Court. The petitioner sought the transfer of Sasikala to a woman's prison in Tumakuru.
The petition was filed by Tamil Nadu based social activist, Traffic Ramaswamy who also sought a directive not to allow any of the minister to meet her. Sasikala was jailed after being convicted by the Supreme Court in the

disproportionate assets case.
The government advocate submitted that as per the rules visitors were allowed to meet Sasikala.
The visitors were allowed to meet her as per the rules in the Karnataka Prisons Manual and hence there was no violation.
The petition which was heard by a division bench comprising Chief Justice Subhro Kamal Mukherjee and Justice P S Dinesh Kumar was rejected following the submission made by the government's counsel.

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