"The Jayalalithaa issue did not come for discussion because I needed some clarifications on the reports submitted by the Advocate General, the Law Department and the Special Public Prosecutor," Law Minister Jayachandra told reporters here.
He said the Advocate General was not in town for giving clarification.
Asked whether the issue would be taken up in the next cabinet meeting, he said "let the Advocate General come. He is not in town."
The Special Public Prosecutor B V Acharya and Advocate General Ravivarma Kumar have advised the state government to file an appeal against the acquittal of Jayalalithaa.
The Karnataka High Court gave a clean chit to the AIADMK chief and three others, clearing them of "all charges" in the 19-year-old case on May 11, paving the way for return of Jayalalithaa as Chief Minister.

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