The special court trying the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa on Wednesday directed court officer to write to Karnataka government for making "requisite" security arrangements when she appears before it on October 20.
Judge B M Mallikarjunaiah directed the court presiding officer to write to the government to make security arrangements and file a report on October 10.
The Supreme Court had on September 12 ordered that Jayalalithaa should appear before the trial court on October 20.
Jayalalithaa's counsel A Kandasamy on Wednesday furnished the copy of the SC order and also filed a memo seeking compliance of the apex court order on security arrangements.
Jayalalithaa has 'Z' category security and city police commissioner Jyoti Prakash Mirji had already said adequate security would be provided.
The judge adjourned the matter to October 10.
The disproportionate case against Jayalalithaa relates to the alleged accumulation of assets worth over Rs 66 crore by her between 1991 and 1996.