The slow pedaling wheel of Indian judiciary is a well-known feature of the way the system works. The curtains are apparently down on one of India s most high-profile corruption cases, State Of Karnataka v. Selvi J.Jayalalithaa & Others. 21 years hence, the judgment has held the accused guilty of charge and V.K. Sasikala is sentenced to prison for four years. For a total of ten years from the date of conviction, she cannot stand for election which heavily weighs against her political ambitions. This case analyzing disproportionate assets of the public servant is a testimony to the length of duration of case, use and abuse of power and money and corruption at the highest level of governance in the state.