Weeks ahead of Tamil Nadu assembly elections, V K Sasikala, expelled AIADMK leader and close aide of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, on Wednesday announced she will stay away from politics, but would pray for the golden rule of the late party supremo. In an announcement that came as a bolt out of the blue, she urged true supporters of Amma to work like siblings and ensure Jayalalithaas golden rule continues. I will stay away from politics and keep praying my sister Puratchi Thalaivi (Jayalalithaa), whom I consider as God, and the Lord Almighty for the establishment of the golden rule of Amma, she said in a statement. She appealed to Jayalalithaas true supporters to work unitedly in the April 6 elections and prevent common enemy, DMK, identified as evil force by the late chief minister, from coming to power. Her subsequent political moves, including the stand of the AMMK floated by her nephew TTV Dhinakaran, in the polls was keenly awaited by observers and political parties alike in the state especially in the context of the crucial assembly elections.