Thiruvananthapuram: Solar scam accused Saritha S Nair, who was released from the jail on Friday after spending close to nine months in jail as a remanded prisoner, will not meet the media today.
As per reports, she will talk to the media only after holding discussions with legal experts.
Saritha’s advocate Pheney Balakrishnan ahd earlier said that she would meet the press Sunday. The press meet was to be held either in Thiruvananthapuram or in Alappuzha.
Saritha, who came out of the Attakulangara Women's Jail around 4pm, was received by her mother, two children and her advocate, Pheney Balakrishnan.
Speaking to reporters who followed her car from the Attakulangara jail to Venjarammoodu, Saritha said her biggest gain in this case was the elimination of Biju Radhakrishnan from her life. "I treat the nine months' stay in the prison as a bad period. I am in a relaxed mood now. The biggest culprit is out of my life now," she told reporters who chased her.
Indirectly hinting that she wouldn't make any revelation against chief minister Oommen Chandy or his cabinet colleagues, Saritha said she didn't believe in destroying democratically-elected governments. "If so, I could have obtained bail much earlier," she said.
When asked how she managed to pay the money for bail, Saritha said her distant relatives had helped her. "There were no deals worth crores of rupees in this case, like you think. My mother, advocates and relatives had worked hard to get me out on bail," she said.